OnLine Summer Courses

Welcome to Hartwick OnLine - Summer 2014 courses, taught by our own faculty, that meet LAiP requirements. Enrollment is limited, so register now!

OnLine Summer 2014 Courses: June 1- July 3

EDUC 304: Educational Psychology: 4 credits
Associate Professor of Education Johanna Mitchell

PHYS 121: Astronomy (with virtual lab): 4 credits
Assistant Professor of Physics Kevin Schultz

POSC 101: U.S. Government and Politics: 3 credits
Assistant Professor of Political Science Sara Rinfret

Current and non-Hartwick students, may register using the Summer OnLine Course Registration form. Students may register for only one course. Full payment must be received at time of registration. If full payment is not received at time of registration, the student will be dropped from the course.

No advisor approval or clearance is required to register for a summer course.

Download the non-Hartwick student Summer OnLine Course Registration form (pdf document).

Tuition and Fees
$300 per credit
$100 technology fee for non-Hartwick students

Pay online now*.
*A payment convenience fee of 2.75% for credit card and $1.50 for ACH from checking or savings will be applied. When prompted for "Payment for" please enter "June-[course name like POSC-108]".

Once a student has registered and paid, dropping a course before Noon on May 1 will receive a 50% refund. Those dropping from a course after Noon on May 1 will not receive a refund.

If a course has insufficient enrollment by Noon on May 1, Hartwick will cancel the class and make a full refund to those who have registered and paid.

Following Noon on May 1:

  • If seats are available, students may add a course through the Registrar's Office using a Summer Course Registration form until Noon on May 28.
  • The last day to drop a course with no grade penalty is June 3. After June 3, students may officially withdraw from a course until June 20. A grade of ‘W' will be issued upon withdrawal. Dropping/withdrawing must be done using an add/drop form through the Registrar's Office.

Students must log in to the online classroom by June 4. Failure to do so will result in immediate removal from the course and a posting of ‘W' on the transcript.

Hartwick College Information Technology will create network and email accounts for non-Hartwick students to enable access to the online classroom environment. After you register, please stop by the Technology Resource Center (Clark 150) with a photo ID to get your account information. The TRC is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

Please note: Distance education, including online courses, is subject to state and federal regulations. If you are not a resident of New York State, your participation in an online summer course from Hartwick College is contingent upon the College's gaining approval required by the state in which you will reside during June 2014. If Hartwick does not obtain approval, it will cancel your registration and refund your payment in full.

Student Complaint Procedures: Students with a complaint or grievance about their online courses must first use Hartwick College procedures to attempt to resolve their complaint. The Academic Grievance Procedure is available at During June 2014, students may contact the appropriate people by email to try to resolve the dispute; the Registrar, Matthew Sanford, at, is able to assist a student in contacting the appropriate department chair.

A student who has followed the procedure but still seeks redress may lodge a complaint with the appropriate agency in his or her home state, as indicated in this chart (pdf document).