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A: All incoming students are required to take a math placement exam in order to be placed in suitable math or computer science courses.

If you’ve studied foreign languages, it’s a good idea to take a language placement test, even if you’re not sure whether you want to take a language in college.

Music majors are also required to take special placement...

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A: Orientation is your three-day introduction to IC.

It’s your chance to experience dorm life, attend presentations on general topics, such as campus safety and residential life, as well as school- and major-specific sessions.

You’ll meet your faculty adviser and register for classes for the fall semester.

You’ll get your school ID card and your...

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As a high-school student, you probably have lots of questions about what IC will really be like. Fuse interviewed eight Ithaca College students about what they were most concerned about as they prepared for college -- and asked what advice they’d give prospective students just like you.

Introducing Our Student Panelists

President and founder of IC Movie Night...

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A question from the " Fuse Guide to Surviving (and Thriving!) Your First Year" answered by eight current IC students

Karin Edsall '12: After visiting a few colleges and reviewing what they had to offer, I found that Ithaca was the clear choice. The many majors the College offers caught my attention, and stepping onto this...

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A question from the " Fuse Guide to Surviving (and Thriving!) Your First Year" answered by eight current IC students

Riley Dunn ‘12: I had a lot of concerns about going to college. I worried about being on my own in such a large environment. Making friends was also on my mind even though I am a very social person. For...

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