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A: Exploratory students can take courses in the liberal arts as well as in all of the professional schools.

Working with a faculty adviser, students choose classes that fulfill general education requirements, selecting from a broad group of courses designed to pique interest and provide a foundation for their eventual major.

Exploratory students are also among the first to...

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A "Real Deal Parents Style" question

A: When finally on their own, students are often surprisingly able to stand on their own two feet. First-year students have a lot of new responsibilities to juggle, but support systems are in place to help. If students are finding it hard to schedule and prioritize, academic advisers are always available to talk. Peer advisers are...

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A "Real Deal Parents Style" question

A: With Ithaca’s Exploratory Program, students don’t have to make that decision until they’ve had an opportunity to discover what they’re really passionate about. A very popular option, the Exploratory Program gives students up to four semesters to sample courses across the College before declaring a major....

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A: If you’re changing majors within the same school, you’ll need to meet with your adviser to figure out your new requirements and schedule the appropriate courses, but it’s definitely manageable.

If you’re switching schools -- say from the School of Humanities and Sciences to the Park School of Communications --...

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A: HomerConnect is one-stop shopping for all your academic needs.

You’ll use this online system to register for classes, see your midterm and final grades, and track your academic progress to ensure that you’re taking enough credits per semester to graduate on time.

HomerConnect houses the full class...

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