‚ÄúLocated in the heart of New York State's Finger Lakes region in one of the nation's top college towns, Ithaca College offers a first-rate education on a first-name basis. With an intimate student-faculty ratio of 12 to 1 and a focus on active learning and involvement, Ithaca is the perfect place to prepare for a lifetime of success. Ithaca's vibrant, residential campus overlooks Cayuga Lake and is home to 6,400 students and 679 faculty. Five schools - Business, Communications, Health Sciences and Human Performance, Humanities and Sciences, and Music - plus an interdisciplinary studies division offer over 100 undergraduate degree programs, 15+ teacher certification options, and a growing number of graduate options. An Ithaca education emphasizes real-world learning in the classroom and beyond. Our students gain valuable experience in a variety of settings, including on-campus labs and clinics, through original faculty-student research projects, and via a nationwide internship network that accommodates students of all majors. Satellite programs in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and London, and study-abroad programs in 50+ countries provide even more options for personal and professional growth. The Ithaca learning community is further enriched by visits from distinguished guests and alumni who give lectures and performances, teach master classes, and share their perspectives and professional expertise. Students may also participate in dozens of cocurricular and extracurricular activities; the College has 26 highly competitive varsity teams, more than 150 student organizations, dozens of recreational sport clubs, and holds hundreds of concerts, recitals, and theater performances annually. Students manage the College's television station, two radio stations, two campus magazines, and a weekly newspaper - all of which consistently win top honors from regional and national professional organizations. From thought-provoking classes taught by expert faculty to exciting hands-on learning, cocurricular activities, and study abroad, Ithaca's students have lots of choices and plenty of opportunities to follow their passions in life.‚ÄĚ
This school has Standardized Test Optional Admissions
Test-Optional Admissions Details
Does Ithaca College require SAT Subject Tests? What are the average SAT scores for entering IC students? No, Ithaca does not require SAT Subject Tests, but you may submit your results as supplemental information. Every applicant has the option to either submit SAT or ACT scores as part of their admission file, or withhold them altogether from consideration. Only students who are home-schooled or who attend high schools that provide only descriptive report cards (rather than alphanumeric grades) are required to submit either SAT or ACT scores. In those instances, SAT Subject Tests are still considered optional supplements. The mid-50 percent range of SAT scores of admitted students = 1590 to 1880.