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summer 2008

As a high school student, I knew I wanted to study something in college that combined my passions for sports, health, and caring for others, so the idea of studying athletic training really intrigued me. After completing exhaustive research on athletic training programs on the east coast, Ithaca’s program stood out from all the rest. One of the...

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A: Ithaca’s version of pass/fail is S/D/F, which is short for satisfactory/D/failure.

Grades C- and above count as satisfactory and don’t affect GPA, whereas grades D+ and below will be recorded individually and affect your GPA.

Most programs allow four S/D/F courses in your college career, but you can only take...

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A: Ithaca offers 7-, 10-, and 14-meal plans, as well as an unlimited option called Carte Blanche.

The 7-meal plan is limited to students living in the Garden or Circle Apartments or off campus.

Incoming students automatically receive the 14-meal plan, but you can easily change that online.

All plans come...

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Ever since my first violin lesson in the seventh grade with Philadelphia Orchestra violinist Jonathan Beiler, I have dreamed of playing in a professional orchestra and performing in some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls. After four years at Ithaca College, I have had a chance to live this dream -- not once, but twice -- as I joined my fellow IC musicians...

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A: One of the best things about college is meeting new people -- especially your new roommate!

It can take time to adjust to sharing your room with a total stranger, but if you just don’t get along, you do have options. Consulting your resident assistant or resident director is the first step -- he or she can help you talk through your...

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