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

Katrina Thoene ‘12: Summer orientation was a great experience, and it helped me figure out which classes I should be taking. I also met many of my classmates. Being on the school's volleyball team was...

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

Molly McPike ‘12: I have a campus job, and I am also a student ambassador, which means I give tours, house overnight student guests, and participate in accepted student online chats and...

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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: I would tell them to involve themselves in many activities. Ithaca offers so many clubs and organizations! Remember that everyone has a different personality, so it’s all right to take...

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Approximately 114 Ithaca College freshmen dived into their college careers early as volunteers for the 12th annual Community Plunge. Students who were selected over the summer arrived on campus a few days early to get involved with the Ithaca community and make new friends. Led by a team of IC upperclassmen, Plunge participants volunteered at a number of locations, including the Tompkins...

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Even though classes are over, IC’s campus is buzzing with activity. Student tours and orientation sessions are happening all summer. 

IC’s orientation sessions are jam-packed with activities and information, but they’re also the first time that incoming students really get a feel for what living on campus will be like. ...

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