Ithaca College was founded as a conservatory of music and is now a private, liberal arts college. The school is known for its Roy. H Park School of Communications which offers programs in journalism, media, entertainment, and film. The Princeton Review ranks several programs at Ithaca College highly, including #3 for newspaper, #6 for radio, and #3 for theater. The top fields of study for undergraduates are public relations, business administration, and radio, television, and digital communication.
1) Ithaca is gorges.
2) For the most part, the people here are very openminded and outgoing.
3) Music is a large part of Ithaca College's history, and it is fascinating to witness some of the shows that are put on here.
Victoria-Lyn from Ithaca, NY
The classes are interesting and current. The students are welcoming and friendly. The campus itself is beautiful and the town of Ithaca is great for students.