Ithaca College

Ithaca College Overview

Ithaca College is located in Ithaca, NY. The organization was established in 1938. According to its NTEE Classification (B42) the organization is classified as: Undergraduate Colleges, under the broad grouping of Education and related organizations. As of 06/2020, Ithaca College employed 5,480 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 06/2020, Ithaca College generated $365.7m in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 5 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 0.3% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $370.5m during the year ending 06/2020. While expenses have increased by 2.0% per year over the past 5 years. They've been increasing with an increasing level of total revenue. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Since 2015, Ithaca College has awarded 45 individual grants totaling $1,715,879. If you would like to learn more about the grant giving history of this organization, scroll down to the grant profile section of this page.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

TAX YEAR

2020

Describe the Organization's Mission:

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A GLOBAL DESTINATION FOR BOLD THINKERS SEEKING TO BUILD THRIVING COMMUNITIES, OUR MISSION IS TO EDUCATE, ENGAGE, AND EMPOWER THROUGH THEORY, PRACTICE, AND PERFORMANCE.

Describe the Organization's Program Activity:

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INSTRUCTION, RESEARCH, AND PUBLIC SERVICE: ITHACA COLLEGE IS A PRIVATE, NONSECTARIAN, COEDUCATIONAL LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE LOCATED IN ITHACA, NEW YORK. THE PRINCETON REVIEW CONSISTENTLY NAMES THE COLLEGE AMONG THE BEST COLLEGES IN THE NATION, WITH "THE BEST 386 COLLEGES: 2021 EDITION" RANKING THE COLLEGE #1 FOR THEATER, #2 FOR NEWSPAPER, AND #5 FOR RADIO STATION. IN FALL 2019, THE COLLEGE ENROLLED 5,739 FULL-TIME AND 113 PART-TIME UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AS WELL AS 414 GRADUATE STUDENTS. APPROXIMATELY 70% OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT BODY RESIDES IN ON-CAMPUS HOUSING. FOR THE 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR, THE COLLEGE CONFERRED 1,391 UNDERGRADUATE AND 275 GRADUATE DEGREES, AND EMPLOYED 520 FULL-TIME AND 188 PART-TIME AND ADJUNCT FACULTY. THE COLLEGE OFFERS A CURRICULUM WITH MORE THAN 100 DEGREE PROGRAMS IN ITS FIVE SCHOOLS. ROY H. PARK SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS: THE SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS, RECOGNIZED AS A LEADING UNDERGRADUATE COMMUNICATIONS SCHOOL, IS KNOWN FOR ITS PROMINENT STUDENT-RUN MEDIA VEHICLES, INCLUDING: THE ITHACAN, THE COLLEGE'S OFFICIAL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER; ITHACA COLLEGE TELEVISION; AND THE WICB RADIO STATION. THE SCHOOL ALSO OFFERS THE LOS ANGELES PROGRAM, AN INTERNSHIP-BASED PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES STUDENTS WITH PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE IN THEIR CHOSEN FIELD WHILE TAKING INDUSTRY-RELATED COURSES AT THE JAMES B. PENDLETON CENTER, LOCATED MINUTES FROM BURBANK AND HOLLYWOOD. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS: ACCREDITED BY THE ASSOCIATION OF ADVANCE COLLEGIATE SCHOOLS OF BUSINESS (AACSB), THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS OFFERS A RIGOROUS PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION, OFFERING A RANGE OF UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS, CONCENTRATIONS, AND MINORS, AS WELL AS GRADUATE LEVEL AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS. STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFESSIONS PROGRAM, A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CURRICULUM THAT ALLOWS STUDENTS TO DEVELOP PROGRESSIVE SKILLS AND GAIN EXPERIENCES THAT WILL PREPARE THEM FOR COMPETITIVE INTERNSHIPS AND CAREERS. SCHOOL OF MUSIC: TRACING ITS ROOTS TO THE COLLEGE'S FOUNDING IN 1892 AS A CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC PROVIDES STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES, FEATURES OVER 25 ENSEMBLES, AND PRESENTS ABOUT 400 PERFORMANCES ANNUALLY. THE SCHOOL IS HOST TO SEVERAL SUMMER MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES TO MUSICIANS OF ALL AGES, INCLUDING THE SUMMER MUSIC ACADEMY AND THE SUMMER PIANO INSTITUTE. THROUGH THE MUSIC IN THE COMMUNITY PROGRAM, THE SCHOOL CONNECTS STUDENTS WITH THE COMMUNITY BY CREATING PERFORMANCE AND TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE GREATER ITHACA AREA. SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES & SCIENCES (H&S): A LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION IN THE SCHOOL OF H&S PREPARES STUDENTS FOR LIFE IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING, MULTICULTURAL, AND GLOBALLY INCLUSIVE WORLD. H&S STUDENTS RECEIVE A BROAD FOUNDATIONAL UNDERSTANDING OF ISSUES FACING THE HUMAN COMMUNITY. STUDENTS BUILD THEIR OWN INTEGRATIVE AND CROSS-DISCIPLINARY VERSION OF AN H&S EDUCATION. THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE ARTS DRAWS STUDENTS FROM ACROSS THE UNITED STATES AND THE WORLD, AND IS ACCREDITED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF THEATRE. SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE (HS&HP): THE SCHOOL OF HS&HP'S STUDENTS TOUCH PEOPLE'S LIVES AS CLINICIANS, THERAPISTS, RESEARCHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, RECREATION AND SPORT PROFESSIONALS. HS&HP STUDENTS CHOOSE FROM MORE THAN 1,700 ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS THE NATION TO ENGAGE IN INTERNSHIPS AND FIELDWORK, AND CAN HELP CLIENTS AT ONE OF FOUR ON-CAMPUS CLINICS. THE SCHOOL OFFERS A RANGE OF UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS, AS WELL AS GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN AREAS OF EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCES, HEALTH PROMOTION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, PHYSICAL THERAPY, AND SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY. STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE IN ONE OF THE COLLEGE'S MANY STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES. THE COLLEGE OPERATES THE ITHACA COLLEGE LONDON CENTER, WHICH IS LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA AND IS AMONG THE LONGEST-STANDING STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS IN LONDON. THE COLLEGE PROVIDES STUDENTS OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE IN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING THROUGH SCHOLARSHIP, RESEARCH, AND CREATIVE PERFORMANCE WITH FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS. RESEARCH IS FUNDED SUBSTANTIALLY BY PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES. DURING THE 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR, FACULTY MEMBERS AND OTHERS ENGAGED IN SPONSORED RESEARCH RECEIVED $1.0 MILLION IN AWARDS FROM EXTERNAL FUNDING AGENCIES.


AUXILIARY SERVICES: AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES EXIST TO FURNISH GOODS OR SERVICES TO STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF, AND OTHER INSTITUTIONAL DEPARTMENTS. AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES ARE MANAGED TO OPERATE AS SELF-SUPPORTING ACTIVITIES. MAJOR AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES AT THE COLLEGE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: DINING SERVICES, WHICH OPERATES MULTIPLE RESIDENTIAL AND RETAIL DINING FACILITIES LOCATED THROUGHOUT THE CAMPUS; THE CAMPUS STORE, WHICH PURVEYS TEXTBOOKS, APPAREL, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES; CONFERENCE AND EVENT SERVICES, WHICH PROVIDES A FULL RANGE OF MEETING AND EVENT SERVICES; AND THE HAMMOND HEALTH CENTER, ACCREDITED BY THE ACCREDITATION ASSOCIATION FOR AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE, INC.


STUDENT SERVICES: STUDENT SERVICES INCLUDES EXPENSES INCURRED FOR OFFICES OF ADMISSIONS AND THE REGISTRAR, STUDENT AID ADMINISTRATION, AND ACTIVITIES WITH THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF CONTRIBUTING TO STUDENTS' EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING AND INTELLECTUAL, CULTURAL, AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OUTSIDE THE CONTEXT OF THE FORMAL INSTRUCTION PROGRAM. STUDENT SERVICES ALSO INCLUDES THE COLLEGE'S MULTITUDE OF ATHLETICS PROGRAMS. THE COLLEGE'S VARSITY TEAMS COMPETE AT THE DIVISION III LEVEL OF THE NCAA. THE COLLEGE IS ALSO A MEMBER OF THE EASTERN COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE AND THE LIBERTY LEAGUE. INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS INCLUDE BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, CREW, CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING, FIELD HOCKEY, FOOTBALL, GOLF, GYMNASTICS, LACROSSE, SCULLING, SOCCER, SOFTBALL, SWIMMING & DIVING, TENNIS, TRACK & FIELD, VOLLEYBALL, AND WRESTLING. THE COLLEGE ALSO HAS A LARGE INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM, IN WHICH APPROXIMATELY 20% OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATE, AND WHICH OFFERS A VARIETY OF SPORTS INCLUDING SOCCER, VOLLEYBALL, FLAG FOOTBALL, AND BASKETBALL, IN ADDITION TO SINGLE DAY EVENTS SUCH AS TENNIS TOURNAMENTS AND BATTLESHIP. THE COLLEGE IS ALSO HOME TO MORE THAN 60 CLUB SPORTS, MANY OF WHICH COMPETE REGULARLY AGAINST OTHER COLLEGES IN LEAGUES AND TOURNAMENTS. STUDENT SERVICES ALSO INCLUDES EXPENSES FOR THE OFFICE OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS, WHICH PROVIDES THE FIRST-YEAR EXPERIENCE AND ORIENTATION, AND OVERSEES STUDENT ACTIVITIES, MULTICULTURAL EVENTS, AND STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS. THE OFFICE OF CAREER SERVICES, SERVING BOTH STUDENTS AND ALUMNI, PROVIDES CAREER-RELATED EDUCATION, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, AND POST-GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE BENEFIT OF STUDENTS AND ALUMNI.


ACADEMIC SUPPORT


INSTRUCTION, RESEARCH, AND PUBLIC SERVICE: ITHACA COLLEGE IS A PRIVATE, NONSECTARIAN, COEDUCATIONAL LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE LOCATED IN ITHACA, NEW YORK. THE PRINCETON REVIEW CONSISTENTLY NAMES THE COLLEGE AMONG THE BEST COLLEGES IN THE NATION, WITH "THE BEST 386 COLLEGES: 2021 EDITION" RANKING THE COLLEGE #1 FOR THEATER, #2 FOR NEWSPAPER, AND #5 FOR RADIO STATION. IN FALL 2019, THE COLLEGE ENROLLED 5,739 FULL-TIME AND 113 PART-TIME UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AS WELL AS 414 GRADUATE STUDENTS. APPROXIMATELY 70% OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT BODY RESIDES IN ON-CAMPUS HOUSING. FOR THE 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR, THE COLLEGE CONFERRED 1,391 UNDERGRADUATE AND 275 GRADUATE DEGREES, AND EMPLOYED 520 FULL-TIME AND 188 PART-TIME AND ADJUNCT FACULTY. THE COLLEGE OFFERS A CURRICULUM WITH MORE THAN 100 DEGREE PROGRAMS IN ITS FIVE SCHOOLS. ROY H. PARK SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS: THE SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS, RECOGNIZED AS A LEADING UNDERGRADUATE COMMUNICATIONS SCHOOL, IS KNOWN FOR ITS PROMINENT STUDENT-RUN MEDIA VEHICLES, INCLUDING: THE ITHACAN, THE COLLEGE'S OFFICIAL WEEKLY NEWSPAPER; ITHACA COLLEGE TELEVISION; AND THE WICB RADIO STATION. THE SCHOOL ALSO OFFERS THE LOS ANGELES PROGRAM, AN INTERNSHIP-BASED PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES STUDENTS WITH PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE IN THEIR CHOSEN FIELD WHILE TAKING INDUSTRY-RELATED COURSES AT THE JAMES B. PENDLETON CENTER, LOCATED MINUTES FROM BURBANK AND HOLLYWOOD. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS: ACCREDITED BY THE ASSOCIATION OF ADVANCE COLLEGIATE SCHOOLS OF BUSINESS (AACSB), THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS OFFERS A RIGOROUS PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION, OFFERING A RANGE OF UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS, CONCENTRATIONS, AND MINORS, AS WELL AS GRADUATE LEVEL AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS. STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFESSIONS PROGRAM, A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CURRICULUM THAT ALLOWS STUDENTS TO DEVELOP PROGRESSIVE SKILLS AND GAIN EXPERIENCES THAT WILL PREPARE THEM FOR COMPETITIVE INTERNSHIPS AND CAREERS. SCHOOL OF MUSIC: TRACING ITS ROOTS TO THE COLLEGE'S FOUNDING IN 1892 AS A CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC PROVIDES STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES, FEATURES OVER 25 ENSEMBLES, AND PRESENTS ABOUT 400 PERFORMANCES ANNUALLY. THE SCHOOL IS HOST TO SEVERAL SUMMER MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES TO MUSICIANS OF ALL AGES, INCLUDING THE SUMMER MUSIC ACADEMY AND THE SUMMER PIANO INSTITUTE. THROUGH THE MUSIC IN THE COMMUNITY PROGRAM, THE SCHOOL CONNECTS STUDENTS WITH THE COMMUNITY BY CREATING PERFORMANCE AND TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE GREATER ITHACA AREA. SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES & SCIENCES (H&S): A LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION IN THE SCHOOL OF H&S PREPARES STUDENTS FOR LIFE IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING, MULTICULTURAL, AND GLOBALLY INCLUSIVE WORLD. H&S STUDENTS RECEIVE A BROAD FOUNDATIONAL UNDERSTANDING OF ISSUES FACING THE HUMAN COMMUNITY. STUDENTS BUILD THEIR OWN INTEGRATIVE AND CROSS-DISCIPLINARY VERSION OF AN H&S EDUCATION. THE DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE ARTS DRAWS STUDENTS FROM ACROSS THE UNITED STATES AND THE WORLD, AND IS ACCREDITED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF THEATRE. SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE (HS&HP): THE SCHOOL OF HS&HP'S STUDENTS TOUCH PEOPLE'S LIVES AS CLINICIANS, THERAPISTS, RESEARCHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, RECREATION AND SPORT PROFESSIONALS. HS&HP STUDENTS CHOOSE FROM MORE THAN 1,700 ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS THE NATION TO ENGAGE IN INTERNSHIPS AND FIELDWORK, AND CAN HELP CLIENTS AT ONE OF FOUR ON-CAMPUS CLINICS. THE SCHOOL OFFERS A RANGE OF UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS, AS WELL AS GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN AREAS OF EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCES, HEALTH PROMOTION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, PHYSICAL THERAPY, AND SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY. STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE IN ONE OF THE COLLEGE'S MANY STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES. THE COLLEGE OPERATES THE ITHACA COLLEGE LONDON CENTER, WHICH IS LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA AND IS AMONG THE LONGEST-STANDING STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS IN LONDON. THE COLLEGE PROVIDES STUDENTS OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE IN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING THROUGH SCHOLARSHIP, RESEARCH, AND CREATIVE PERFORMANCE WITH FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS. RESEARCH IS FUNDED SUBSTANTIALLY BY PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES. DURING THE 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR, FACULTY MEMBERS AND OTHERS ENGAGED IN SPONSORED RESEARCH RECEIVED $1.0 MILLION IN AWARDS FROM EXTERNAL FUNDING AGENCIES.


AUXILIARY SERVICES: AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES EXIST TO FURNISH GOODS OR SERVICES TO STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF, AND OTHER INSTITUTIONAL DEPARTMENTS. AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES ARE MANAGED TO OPERATE AS SELF-SUPPORTING ACTIVITIES. MAJOR AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES AT THE COLLEGE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: DINING SERVICES, WHICH OPERATES MULTIPLE RESIDENTIAL AND RETAIL DINING FACILITIES LOCATED THROUGHOUT THE CAMPUS; THE CAMPUS STORE, WHICH PURVEYS TEXTBOOKS, APPAREL, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES; CONFERENCE AND EVENT SERVICES, WHICH PROVIDES A FULL RANGE OF MEETING AND EVENT SERVICES; AND THE HAMMOND HEALTH CENTER, ACCREDITED BY THE ACCREDITATION ASSOCIATION FOR AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE, INC.


STUDENT SERVICES: STUDENT SERVICES INCLUDES EXPENSES INCURRED FOR OFFICES OF ADMISSIONS AND THE REGISTRAR, STUDENT AID ADMINISTRATION, AND ACTIVITIES WITH THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF CONTRIBUTING TO STUDENTS' EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING AND INTELLECTUAL, CULTURAL, AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OUTSIDE THE CONTEXT OF THE FORMAL INSTRUCTION PROGRAM. STUDENT SERVICES ALSO INCLUDES THE COLLEGE'S MULTITUDE OF ATHLETICS PROGRAMS. THE COLLEGE'S VARSITY TEAMS COMPETE AT THE DIVISION III LEVEL OF THE NCAA. THE COLLEGE IS ALSO A MEMBER OF THE EASTERN COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE AND THE LIBERTY LEAGUE. INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS INCLUDE BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, CREW, CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING, FIELD HOCKEY, FOOTBALL, GOLF, GYMNASTICS, LACROSSE, SCULLING, SOCCER, SOFTBALL, SWIMMING & DIVING, TENNIS, TRACK & FIELD, VOLLEYBALL, AND WRESTLING. THE COLLEGE ALSO HAS A LARGE INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM, IN WHICH APPROXIMATELY 20% OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATE, AND WHICH OFFERS A VARIETY OF SPORTS INCLUDING SOCCER, VOLLEYBALL, FLAG FOOTBALL, AND BASKETBALL, IN ADDITION TO SINGLE DAY EVENTS SUCH AS TENNIS TOURNAMENTS AND BATTLESHIP. THE COLLEGE IS ALSO HOME TO MORE THAN 60 CLUB SPORTS, MANY OF WHICH COMPETE REGULARLY AGAINST OTHER COLLEGES IN LEAGUES AND TOURNAMENTS. STUDENT SERVICES ALSO INCLUDES EXPENSES FOR THE OFFICE OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS, WHICH PROVIDES THE FIRST-YEAR EXPERIENCE AND ORIENTATION, AND OVERSEES STUDENT ACTIVITIES, MULTICULTURAL EVENTS, AND STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS. THE OFFICE OF CAREER SERVICES, SERVING BOTH STUDENTS AND ALUMNI, PROVIDES CAREER-RELATED EDUCATION, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, AND POST-GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE BENEFIT OF STUDENTS AND ALUMNI.


ACADEMIC SUPPORT


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Ithaca College Board, Officers & Key Employees

Ithaca College Vendors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Sodexo Inc Affiliates
Food&facilities Mgt.
$5,687,233
Welliver Mcguire Inc
General Construction
$3,452,423
Architectural Concrete Plus Llc
General Construction
$2,888,660
Oracle America Inc
Technology Services
$1,857,139
Drivestream Inc
Technology Services
$1,799,767
Sodexo Inc Affiliates
Food&facilities Mgt.
$5,687,233
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$0
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$0
Related organizations$0
Government grants $5,989,612
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$6,013,290
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $605,549
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$12,002,902
Total Program Service Revenue$335,790,105
Investment income $7,064,400
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $37,180
Net Rental Income $142,933
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $9,573,596
Net Income from Fundraising Events $5,568
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $588,557
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $365,679,639

Ithaca College Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Ithaca College has awarded $560,154 in support to 18 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

PLANETARY SCIENCE INSTITUTE

Org PageRecipient Profile

Tucson, AZ

PURPOSE: Payment to subrecipient of Federal grant (CFDA 43.

$104,227

PLANETARY SCIENCE INSTITUTE

Org PageRecipient Profile

Tucson, AZ

PURPOSE: Payment to subrecipient of Federal grant (CFDA 43.

$104,227

HILLEL OF ITHACA COLLEGE

Org PageRecipient Profile

Ithaca, NY

PURPOSE: contrib. received & remitted

$45,216

HILLEL OF ITHACA COLLEGE

Org PageRecipient Profile

Ithaca, NY

PURPOSE: contrib. received & remitted

$45,216

NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

PURPOSE: Payment to subrecipient of Federal grant (CFDA 93.

$34,612

NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

PURPOSE: Payment to subrecipient of Federal grant (CFDA 93.

$34,612
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Ithaca College Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 26 grants that Ithaca College has recieved totaling $248,795.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
John & Mary Helen Hart Foundation

New York, NY

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$53,419
Taffae Family Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

PURPOSE: COLLEGE ANNUAL FUND AND BOARD EXPENDITURES

$30,000
Taffae Family Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

PURPOSE: COLLEGE ANNUAL FUND AND BOARD EXPENDITURES

$30,000
Robert F Berry Foundation

Pinehurst, NC

PURPOSE: EDUCATION

$25,000
Hutchins Family Foundation Inc

Rochester, NY

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$15,000
Jewish Communal Fund

New York, NY

PURPOSE: General support

$14,450
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$347,334,887
Earnings$1,411,286
Net Contributions$2,098,148
Other Expense$8,657,052
Grants$4,885,423
Ending Balance$337,301,846

Ithaca College Peer Organizations

Organization NameAssets
Ithaca College
Ithaca, NY
$365,679,639
Trustees Of Amherst College
Amherst, MA
$407,702,412
Berklee College Of Music Inc
Boston, MA
$368,578,114
Williams College
Williamstown, MA
$349,880,547
Touro College
New York, NY
$321,976,604
Wellesley College
Wellesley, MA
$342,459,889
Wesleyan University
Middletown, CT
$326,592,000
Saint Josephs University
Philadelphia, PA
$347,052,680
Colgate University Treasurers Office
Hamilton, NY
$307,542,955
Emerson College
Boston, MA
$281,067,638
Trustees Of The College Of The Holy Cross
Worcester, MA
$265,241,305
Babson College
Babson Park, MA
$294,185,810

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