Where to Refer Students
50/50 Peer Helping
For students who feel more comfortable talking to a fellow student, Hartwick has 50/50 Peer Helpers available. Located on the third floor of Dewar Union, the name of the program is "50/50" and its on-campus extension is 5050. Peer Helping is confidential, and available during the day as well as evening and weekend hours. Call extension 5050 or 4420 for more information.
The Counseling Services office is located in the Perrella Wellness Center. Appointments can be made between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at extension 4420 or in person. No referral is necessary for an appointment, although referrals are accepted. Students are seen as soon as possible by one of the counselors; in the case of an emergency a student is seen immediately. Services are free of charge to Hartwick College students and on a limited basis to Hartwick faculty and staff. For more information, e-mail Gary Robinson, director of counseling services, or visit the Counseling Web page.
Perrella Wellness Center
Perrella’s mission is to promote and maintain those conditions that will encourage students to realize their optimum physical, emotional, intellectual, and social well-being. To achieve this goal we practice preventative healthcare and assist students to become educated consumers of healthcare. All contacts with the Wellness Center's staff are strictly confidential. Information cannot be released to anyone, including parents or legal guardians, without written permission by the student, except in the case of a legally executed subpoena, communicable disease where by law public health officials are notified, or in the event of a life-threatening situation. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., closed weekends. Students should call to schedule an appointment with a physician or practitioner. For more information contact Director Elizabeth Morley RN, extension 4120, or visit the Wellness Center Web page.
The Department of Campus Safety operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The office is located on the third floor of Dewar Hall. To contact Campus Safety call (607) 431-4111 or extension 4111 from an on-campus phone. Direct questions regarding crime reporting procedures, walking escort service, parking regulations or other safety issues to this office. For more information, contact Director Tom Kelley or visit the Campus Safety Web page.
After Hours Emergencies: 911
Rape Crisis: 432-8088
Campus Wellness Center: 431-4120
Campus Counseling Services: 431-4420
Campus Peer Counseling: 431-5050
Fire Department: 432-2222
Police Department: 432-1111
A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital ED: 431-5000
Fox Now: 431-5052
The Office of the Registrar is located on the fourth floor of Dewar Union. Direct questions regarding course registration, degree and enrollment verification, degree audit, academic dates and deadlines, exam schedules, class schedules, academic policies and procedures, academic probation, transcript requests, transfer credit evaluations, summer course approval, or other questions related to registration to this office. Registrar Matt Sanford can be reached at extension 4460. For more information visit the Office of the Registrar Web page.
Located in Binder Gymnasium. Direct question regarding intercollegiate athletics, NCAA eligibility, the physical education program and intramurals to this office. Athletic Director Dr. Kim Fierke may beeached at extension 4018. For more information visit the Athletics Web page.
Located on the first floor of Golisano Hall in the Center for Professional, Service, and Global Engagement (PSGE), Career Services helps students develop the skills, access the information, and gain the confidence they need to make intentional career choices including academics (courses, minors, majors) and other activities that lay groundwork for occupational and life-role decision making. Direct questions regarding internships, Metrolink, job shadowing, careers, job searches, resumes/cover letters, interview skills or other career related questions to this office. Extension: 4425, or visit the Career Services Web page.
Located on the first floor of Golisano Hall, the Center for Professional, Service, and Global Engagement (PSGE) facilitates intercultural experiences for Hartwick students and prepares them for the increasingly interdependent world by providing off-campus study opportunities in the U.S. and abroad, advising international students, and advancing global awareness across the campus. Questions regarding J Term, semester long or year long off-campus study, Fulbright scholarships or international student advising should be directed to this office. For more information, visit the PSGE Web page.
Located on the third floor of Dewar Union. Hartwick College encourages students to volunteer; we see service as an ideal way to put study of the liberal arts into practice and to teach students to become global citizens. As part of Hartwick's commitment to civic engagement, our students, faculty, staff, and alumni engage in service in a variety of ways outside of the college classroom and beyond their college careers.
Financial Aid and Affordability
Located in Bresee Hall. Financial aid and affordability counselors work with families and students to help them make a Hartwick education a reality. Direct questions about tuition financing options, scholarships, student and parent loans, full time status for financial aid purposes or work study to this office. Director Melissa Allen can be reached at extension 4130. For more information,visit the Financial Aid Web page.
Learning Support Services/Students with Special Needs/Disabilities
Located in the Loft, Yager Hall, fifth floor. Hartwick College is committed to providing equal access to qualified students with disabilities. Although the College does not have a specialized program or a learning center for students with disabilities, Learning Support Specialists in the Loft will coordinate individualized academic accommodations and support services for any Hartwick student who qualifies. One-on-one assistance is available in the areas of time management, reading strategies, and test taking tips. For more information, visit the Learning Support Services Web page.
Located in the Loft, Yager Hall, fifth floor. Peer Tutorial services are provided, free of charge, to help refine students’ study skills as well as provide them with assistance in most subjects. Supplemental instructors are available in courses that are particularly challenging for students. They coordinate group tutoring sessions, work one-on-one with students in the class, and perform additional tasks related to the course. Coordinator Jason Stanton can be reached at extension 4661. For more information, visit the Learning Support Services Web page.
Located in Yager Hall, main entrance fourth floor. The Stevens-German Library is the gateway to a scholarly collection that fully supports undergraduate research, state of the art technology accessing worldwide information, and quality services that facilitate faculty research. Direct questions about collections, reference materials, interlibrary loans, research assistance or other library services to this office. The Library extension is 4440. For more information, visit the Library Web page.
Pine Lake Institute
Located eight miles from campus and reachable by the student-run Pine Lake shuttle. The Pine Lake Institute for Environmental and Sustainability Studies promotes sustainable education, research and outreach in a setting reflecting environmental stewardship that integrates lessons and experiences among all at the College and in the community. Direct questions about events and activities, transportation, facilities, residencies, academic labs, outdoor education or other Pine Lake information to this office. Director Dr. Brian Hagenbuch can be reached at extension 5429. For more information, visit the Pine Lake Institute Web page.
Residential Life and Housing
Located on the fourth floor of Dewar Union. Direct questions regarding housing and residential hall issues to this office. Director Zach Brown can be reached at extension 4501. For more information, visit the Residential Life and Housing Web page.
Student Accounts and Cashier
Located on the second floor of Bresee Hall. The Office of Student Accounts manages a student's tuition account while enrolled at Hartwick College. Direct questions about tuition, billing, tuition payment plans, loan disbursement, personal and Hartwick payroll check cashing, Meal Plan Dollars, tuition refunds, or student health insurance to this office. Director Regina Baker, can be reached at main extension 4300. For more information, visit the Students Accounts Web page.
Located on the fourth floor of Dewar Union. Life outside the classroom is an important part of a student’s Hartwick experience. Our professional staff works to make a students experience the best possible.
Helpful Student Affairs Web pages:
- Greek Life
- Hartwick Campus Activities Board
- Office of Campus Activities
- Student Organizations
- Student Senate
- Social Issues & Wellness Education
Technology Resource Center
Located on the first floor of Clark Hall. This department has provided a comprehensive list of services available and service contacts on the TRC Web page. Direct questions about Hartwick laptops, campus computers and printers, Sygate and antivirus software, network password issues, Hartwick e-mail issues, software training, phone and voicemail issues to this office. Call the TRC at extension 4357 (HELP) or visit the Center's main Web page.
Social Issues & Wellness Education
Located on the fourth floor of Dewar Union. The Social Issues & Wellness Education Office is responsible for providing social and educational programming, and up-to-date information that will provide the Hartwick Community with the resources to make healthy decisions related to their wellbeing. Questions about Alcohol EDU, b.l.u.e. peer educators, or other wellness programs should be directed to this office. Director Taralyn Loewenguth can be reached at extension 4152. For more information, visit the Social Issues & Wellness Education Web page.
Located on the second floor of Clark Hall. Open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday. The Writing Center staff of student tutors works with students on their writing, from basic composition through senior projects and applications for employment and graduate school. Julia Suarez, Coordinator. Director of Writing Robert Bensen can be reached at extension 4918. For more information, visit the Writing Center Web Page.