Ithaca College mourns sudden death of sophomore athlete
Ithaca College says support services are available to members of the campus community following the “sudden death on Saturday of Thomas Fine, a sophomore student specializing in architectural studies at our School of Humanities and Sciences According to a message Saturday from President Shirley. Mr. Collado and Vice President of Student Affairs and Campus Life Rosanna Ferro.
The sophomore athlete from Hauppage, New York, was a pole vaulter for the Bombers’ men’s track team.
“On behalf of the entire IC community, we offer our deepest condolences to Thomas’s family, friends, teachers, classmates, teammates and all affected by his passing,” Saturday’s post said. “Please keep Thomas and his loved ones in your thoughts and prayers. As we celebrate the end of the academic year, we ask that you continue to look after each other. “
“Information on memorial services will be shared with the campus community when available,” they add. “In the meantime, please take care of yourself and each other, and keep Thomas and his family close to your heart as we mourn this terrible loss.
College Says: Support services for students are available through the Ithaca College Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) by calling 607-274-3136. Students in need of immediate assistance should contact the Public Security Bureau at 607-274-3333 or residential life staff on duty. Faculty and staff can access Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counseling services by calling 1-800-327-2255. The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life has a dedicated website for bereavement resources and can also provide support by contacting Hierald Osorto, Director of Religious and Spiritual Life, at [email protected]
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