Ithaca tries to keep its students on-campus for as long as possible, but when upperclassmen can finally get their own place, they’ll realize it’s much cheaper than the dorms. For apartments, you should look in nearby communities like Aurora, Hudson, East State, Lansing, Kendall, and other neighborhoods in Ithaca. If you split it with a roommate or two, you’ll find that rentals in the area are very affordable. Keep in mind that most students have their own vehicles and use them to commute, as opposed to public transportation or biking.
We currently have 433 apartments near Ithaca College available for rent. If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.