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.
It's honestly a great place to be if you're looking for a nice and simple environment. All resources are made available to students and the classes are small so students can receive a lot of attention from their teachers. Seeing how Ithaca College and the surrounding towns are really close, there are a lot of community service opportunities offered here as well.
Malika from Ridgewood, NY
It is a friendly and welcoming environment. It is very easy to get involved in different organizations and activities because they have so much to offer. The acacdemics are also great; the professors are there to help you every step of the way.