Want to study abroad? Need help finding the right program? Not sure how it all works or what your options are? Come to an info session and get the information you need to make it happen! It’s definitely not too soon to start planning for your future international adventure now
NOTE: all sessions require you to pre-register.
TUESDAY, APRIL 13
6:00 pm – Ithaca College London Center. Study in the heart of London! Learn everything you need to know about spending a summer or semester at the Ithaca College London Center.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14
3:00 pm – Study Abroad Advising – Drop-in Office Hours. Connect anytime within the one-hour window, and a study abroad adviser will be waiting to speak with you. If there is already student with the adviser, you’ll be placed in the Zoom waiting room, and will be admitted to the meeting once the adviser is free. Be sure to bring specific questions, as this is not a presentation but a time for you to get your questions answered.
THURSDAY, APRIL 15
3:00 pm – IES Abroad: Studying Sustainability Abroad. Environmental stewardship is a global concern that unites us all, so going abroad creates the perfect setting for studying sustainability. In the spirit of Earth Day, we will be discussing programs that highlight this theme and hearing perspectives from past participants. Join us and discover programs where you can gain an international perspective on environmental sustainability.
6:00 pm – Study Abroad Basics: Know Your Options. Come to one of these sessions to get an overview of all of the study abroad possibilities available to you as an IC student. This session is perfect for those who are just at the beginning stages of study abroad planning. We’ll discuss how to best plan for study abroad, explain key terminology and types of programs available, talk about what to consider when choosing a program, and how to plan for the financial side of your study abroad experience.
Want to know what else is coming up? View the full schedule of upcoming info sessions on our website. These include both live sessions as well as pre-recorded sessions offered by some of our affiliated partner programs, available for you to watch anytime.
NEED MORE INFORMATION TO PLAN YOUR STUDY ABROAD EXPERIENCE?Schedule an appointment with a study abroad adviser – we’ll help you find the program that’s right for you. Please note: we recommend meeting with an academic adviser to discuss your study abroad needs and timeline BEFORE scheduling a one-on-one study abroad appointment.
STAY CONNECTED FOR MORE STUDY ABROAD INFORMATION! Get notified of upcoming study abroad events, information and announcements! Join the Study Abroad page on IC Engage, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Instagram.
PACE is looking to recruit 3-4 board members for different roles on the Executive Board, a dedicated group of leaders which manage all parts of our organization. Any student from any major, school, or year can apply. Additionally, virtual students who look forward to returning to campus for the Fall 2021 semester are encouraged to apply as well. Given that PACE functions as a “Programming Board” students needn’t be “part” of PACE prior to applying for a leadership position.
On Friday, April 3 the Registrar sent an email to all students who have an expected graduation date between October 2020 and December 2021 to RSVP for the Commencement/Senior Splash ceremonies. The final day to RSVP is Wednesday, April 14, 2021.The Senior Splash is also part of the UG RSVP and is reserved only for May 2021 graduates.
If you can’t find the e-mail, please email email@example.com. Check your spam/clutter box before emailing to request another link!
If students plan to attend in person, Latin Honor cords and medallions will be distributed prior to Commencement (still working on the details for distribution). If students plan to attend virtually, Latin Honor cords, medallions, and diploma covers will be mailed to the address they provide on the RSVP.
Students can either: 1. attend the workshop, 2. follow the instructions on our Digital Commons library guide https://libguides.ithaca.edu/digital_commons/History or 3 contact the Archivist to make an arrangement to deposit their work. We are collecting a variety of media types.
JED Campus is coming to Ithaca College and they want to hear from you!
The JED Foundation is a national organization that offers consultation on how colleges and universities can create and provide community-wide services for Mental Health and Wellness. You may have recently filled out the Healthy Minds Survey which is part of the JED Campus process for asking students about how Ithaca College supports student mental health.
Now, the JED campus advisor for Ithaca College is virtually coming to campus to speak to students directly!
We are looking for 7-15 students to meet with the Campus Advisor on a confidential ZOOM call to have an open and honest discussion about mental health, well-being, and the community culture of IC students. We want to hear your perception of how the College meets your needs. This is an opportunity to have your voice be a part of positive change at IC!
The meeting will be held on Wed. April 7th from 4:00-5:30pm EST
If you are interested in attending, please email Brittany McCown firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. The Zoom link will be sent to you.
Thank you in advance for your participation. If you have any questions, please contact Brian Petersen at email@example.com.
Steven Hess, a Survivor and Holocaust educator will share his personal story of survival:
Tuesday, April 6th
7:00 PM Eastern Time
Steven and his twin sister, Marion were born in Amsterdam on January 14, 1938. His parents, Ilse and Karl, fled Germany two years earlier believing that Holland would provide a safe haven. With the invasion of the Nazis in May 1940, however, hope for a neutral Holland was shattered. In mid-1943, his family was taken to Westerbork, the Dutch transit camp that served as a gateway to Auschwitz, Theresienstadt and Bergen Belsen. The following February they were sent to Bergen Belsen where conditions were so horrific that by the end of the year, nearly 15,000 Jews died each month from starvation, disease, neglect, and maltreatment. Marion and Steven were among very few children to stay alive.
Join Hillel at Ithaca College for this important evening in which we will witness the story of one survivor and reaffirm our commitment that genocide should never happen again.
Come to our Academic Mapping event tomorrow, Wednesday, March 31st from 7:00-8:00 p.m. or 8:00-9:00 p.m.!
Exploratory Peer Leaders will help you learn how to create a four-year plan to graduation that includes experiences you want to have along the way to on-time graduation. This session includes downloadable instructions, a demonstration of how they work, samples of completed four-year maps, and assistance in starting to create your own. Students who have learned how to map report feeling calmer and more in control of their future since they have a flexible structure to use to move forward. Maps are useful to share with your advisor and to help you make informed choices during fall registration. Co-sponsored by the Exploratory Program and the Retention and Engagement Strategy Team.
Remember, when you come, you will receive:
Detailed instructions on how to map
Templates to use to help you map your academic 4-year plan
First-hand help from peers
Sample maps to inspire you
As we near the advising period and registration for fall 2021, it is imperative that you put yourself first on your list of priorities! Plan on success!