Ithaca College

Ithaca College Admissions and General School Information

Possible degree fields at Ithaca College include business, communications and music. Ithaca College awards bachelor's, master's, doctoral and professional degrees, like the MBA.

General Information about Ithaca College

Ithaca College is a private college in Ithaca, New York. Founded in 1892, Ithaca College was originally a music conservatory. Today, the school has a population of more than 6000 students and an endowment worth roughly $240 million.

Popular majors among Ithaca undergrads include film, music performance and business administration. Ithaca College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The school's study abroad program sends students to countries, such as Australia, Finland and Malawi.

Admissions and Enrollment Information

Students interested in applying to Ithaca College must complete the Common Application. Applicants must also submit a midyear report of their senior year and teacher evaluations. Ithaca College requires students to take either the SAT or ACT for admission. Certain programs have special admission requirements, like theater and music.

Ithaca College Academic Departments

School of Business

Students in the School of Business can earn degrees in accounting and business administration. Undergraduate minors include finance, international business studies and management. The school's Master of Business Administration degree is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Roy H. Park School of Communications

The Roy H. Park School of Communications offers degrees in documentary studies, film and journalism. The school also offers a Master of Science degree in Communications. Students can study in Los Angeles through the college's extension program.

School of Health Sciences & Human Performance

This college prepares students for careers as therapists, clinicians and researchers. Undergraduates can pursue degrees in fields, like athletic training, sports studies and physical education. Master's degrees are available in health education, sports management and speech language pathology. The school has a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.

School of Humanities & Sciences

Serving over 2000 students, the School of Humanities and Sciences is the school at Ithaca College. The school has a wide array of majors, like acting, environmental studies, chemistry and history. Students in the planned studies program may create their own major under the guidance of an academic adviser.

School of Music

Created in 1892, the School of Music is Ithaca's oldest college. Undergraduate students can major in jazz studies, music education and performance. Available graduate programs include composition, conducting and Suzuki pedagogy.

Contact Information

  • Address: Ithaca College Office of Admissions 953 Danby Rd., Ithaca, NY 14850
  • Phone Number: (607) 274-3011