A. Ithaca College provides a variety of financial aid opportunities.
In addition to need-based aid and grants, there are numerous merit-based scholarships such as President's and ALANA scholarships, the Flora Brown award, and other school-specific scholarships.
Ithaca Access Grants are awarded to students based on their demonstrated financial need. Endowed scholarships, awarded...
In these tough economic times, everyone can use a little extra cash, especially students. With spring just around the corner, deadlines are fast approaching for this year’s scholarships and grants. Here are just a few of the hundreds of scholarship opportunities at Ithaca:
The School of Health Sciences and Human Performance is offering thirty-three scholarships to...
Ithaca Leadership Scholarship: At IC, it pays to be a leader. One of the annual scholarships the College offers is the $7000 Ithaca Leadership Scholarship, awarded to students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, service, and commitment to academics.
The award is a renewable scholarship that students maintain by adhering to the standards and...
Scholarships can defray the cost of college, though applying for them is not always an exciting process. IC offers a truly unique scholarship experience -- a scholarship for an educational experience obtained through service -- in Africa. Students with majors in either the Roy H. Park School of Communications or the Department of Politics are eligible to apply for the Reginald...
A: There are a few ways to find jobs on campus.
First, current students can look online at JobShop, an online database of student jobs. This site provides information for students who seek campus employment or qualify for federal work study.
You can also check with specific offices. So if you really want a job at the Fitness Center or the library, check their websites or give...
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