Ithaca College is a private college situated on the South Hill of Ithaca, New York, United States. Created in 1892, Ithaca College actually started as a music conservatory. Nowadays it provides 97 undergraduate majors, 70 minors and 27 graduate majors. There are 6,276 undergraduate students and about 480 graduates. The college is known globally for its communications program: the Roy H. Park School of Communications. It has an extended list of significant alumni. Namely, Robert Iger, Rod Serling, Robert Iger, Rod Serling, Jessica Savitch, David Boreanaz, Gavin MacLeod, Ricki Lake, Gavin DeGraw, David Muir, Mark Romanek, Allan Loeb, Kerry Butler, Michelle Federer, Barbara Gaines, Chris Regan, Robert Marella, Richard Jadick, Tom Nugent, Karl Ravech, Bob Kur, Scott LaFaro, Dimitri Milovich, etc.
Ithaca College occupies a 669-acre campus about midway between Toronto and New York City. All of the architecture is modern, with the most ancient building dating back the early 1960s. In addition to the Ithaca campus, the school works satellites in London, Los Angeles, and New York City and Los Angeles as well as a semester in Washington, D.C. program.
The Bombers take part in NCAA Division III athletics. Ithaca boasts the first school to repeat as NCAA Division III Women’s Crew champions. The Women’s Crew team won two straight national championships in 2004 and in 2005. Ithaca also boasts a total of 21 athletes who have won 29 national championships.