Because you’re meant for more.
We believe knowledge is the foundation for a meaningful future. This is education with a purpose.
Find it at Hartwick.
Pick a path that matters.
We believe an empowering curriculum prepares you to make a real impact after graduation.
More than an education.
At Hartwick College, you’ll learn to think critically and apply your knowledge right away — whether it’s in the classroom or on the other side of the world. Our committed faculty, immersive curriculum, and supportive community will equip you with the skills and the courage to make an impact long after you graduate.
Liberal Arts Advantage
Internships and Career Preparation
Learn to make a difference in an evolving world. Our innovative curriculum and emphasis on collaboration transform curiosity into creative problem solving.
Three-year degree students
20 countries Hartwick students call home
States Hartwick students call home
Majors leading to a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree
Our curriculum is experiential and immersive. This results in better-prepared students who are ready to apply their knowledge to future challenges.
More than 70 percent of recent Hartwick Health Professions graduates have been accepted by the professional schools of their choice.
Guiding Eyes for the Blind puppies raised by Hartwick students
15+ productions staged each year by our Theatre Arts program
1 Pine Lake Environmental Campus
Study at destinations across the globe, or hone in on a research project during a unique learning experience called January Term.
Hartwick students will study in 24 countries this year.
Gain invaluable workplace experience so you’re not only ready for what happens next – you’re the one making it happen.
86% of members of the class of 2016, who responded to our survey, were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation
career-related services include internship resources and referrals, job shadowing, alumni networking, and individual counseling from a Hartwick Career Advisor
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Anna Doren ’17
Anthropology, History major, Museum Studies, Art History minor, Cicero, New York
“J Term classes are my favorite. I went on the anthropology trip to South Africa my first year, and the political science course around the European Union my sophomore year. The opportunity to learn about Zulu culture by walking around a village and interacting with locals – or the history of German government while touring the Reichstag building in Berlin – is a truly incredible experience.”
Mary Allen, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology
“College students are not always independent learners at first, but by their senior year, our students often know things I don’t know. It’s a result of their digging deep in an area, working in collaboration with their faculty. That’s when we really become colleagues. To watch that development – to be part of it – is fantastic.”
Peter Hazelton ’01
Aquatic Ecologist, Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife
Biology major, Religious Studies minor
Ph.D., University of Georgia-Athens
“I started college undecided. By the time I finished one semester of classes and spent my first J Term in the Bahamas studying biology of fish and birds and experiencing the aquatic environment, I was hooked.”