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Imagine that, in your first year of college, you’ll be able to do all of the following: make fourteen new friends from day one; take classes from professors with years of experience in the communications industry; volunteer and make a difference in your new community; and chat with CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour. Next up: year two. This time around, you’ll become the leader of that community service project. You’ll also likely study abroad in London, Australia, or somewhere in between. You’ll intern with the Times of London, Fleishman-Hillard, NBC, or for theater marketing company AKA UK in London’s West End. Now here comes the twist – imagine doing all of that for free.

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Two Ithaca College alums received Fulbright Awards, scholarships given to advance international research and increase mutual understanding between citizens of the United States and other countries.

Melendy Krantz ’09, anthropology and politics double major, will travel to Bangladesh where she will be studying how women's subcultures and caregiver subcultures in Bangladesh...

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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...

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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...

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Last summer I traveled to Gambia in West Africa as one of the two students selected for Ithaca College’s Reginald Simmons Memorial Award.

I spent the summer working with Operation Crossroads Africa (OCA), a program established by Bob Iger ’73, president and CEO of Walt Disney Company, in Simmons’s honor.

Simmons ’75 devoted his career to...

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