Find Your Voice
In Ithaca's Roy H. Park School of Communications you'll explore the myriad ways people and organizations "talk" to one another: not only through words, but also through image, sound, and design. Additionally, you'll learn to analyze the mass media with a critical eye and to develop the skills to express your own ideas clearly and forcefully.
Make an Impact
Whatever your interests, you'll find high-achieving students, faculty, staff, and alumni who share your enthusiasm and want to help you succeed. Our curricula and small classes, hands-on instruction, and emphasis on the liberal arts have contributed to our excellent reputation in the media industry, making us a top choice for college-bound students across the nation.
Study with Our Award-Winning Faculty
Learn from our faculty of committed scholars and professionals who create award-winning films and videos, conduct innovative research, and write books that both reflect and influence the ways the world thinks about the media. You'll find their dedication to teaching extends beyond the classroom as they collaborate with you on production and research projects.
Follow Your Bliss
You'll find plenty of opportunities to expand your learning, both on and off campus.
Get behind the microphone at our own radio stations, WICB and VIC; behind the camera with Park Productions and ICTV; or in front of breaking news with the Ithacan, our weekly student newspaper.
Attend classes in the heart of the entertainment world. During a semester at the Ithaca College James B. Pendleton Center in Los Angeles, you can put your knowledge to work as an intern for the likes of Days of Our Lives, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and the Jim Henson Company.
Spend a semester abroad at the Ithaca College London Center. In addition to enjoying courses on British film and television, you'll be able to work for the Associated Press, the Raindance Film Festival, the BBC, and others.