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There’s no place like Ithaca College’s HOME.

Located in Terrace 3, HOME (Housing Offering a Multicultural Experience), is one of many specialty-housing communities open to incoming students. Every year HOME welcomes first-year Park and MLK scholars, international students, and students who have specifically applied to be part of the community.

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Students who want to experience global culture right where they live on campus will soon have more opportunities to do so. Starting this fall, three new language and culture communities are coming to Ithaca College.

Joining Vecinos, the Spanish language and culture housing, is Amici, the Italian language house. Amici lets students immerse themselves in Italian culture and practice the...

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A: First-year (freshman) housing gives you the opportunity to live with students who share your status as a new student on campus and who will also be looking to make new friends.

Your resident assistant (RA) will also organize special activities to make you feel at home. An extra perk: Ithaca’s first-year housing is in a great location -- right at the center of campus!...

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Next to picking a major, choosing where to live will have the biggest impact on your college life. With 31 residence halls and two apartment complexes right on campus, Ithaca has housing to suit every taste. All rooms are smoke free, and you’ll find singles, doubles, triples, suites, and specialty communities galore. Which home away from home is perfect for you? Fuse has the...

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“So, have you won the Pulitzer Prize yet?” my older brother teasingly asked me on the phone two weeks into my first fall semester at Ithaca College.  He knew I had high expectations for the college that I'd taken four years of high school to choose.  After all, piles of admissions literature still cluttered my house, each brochure promising...

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