Important Facts & Deadlines
Early Decision: November 1
Early Decision is the application process in which students make a commitment to a first-choice institution where they plan to enroll and may only have one Early Decision application pending at any time. Should a student who applies for financial aid not be offered an award that makes attendance possible, the student may be released from the Early Decision commitment.
Please complete the Early Decision Agreement form and mail or fax it directly to the Office of Admissions.
Also, if applying for financial aid under Early Decision please complete the Early Decision Financial Aid Application.
Regular Decision: Hartwick admits students both through Early Decision and on a rolling basis. We recommend completing your application as soon as possible because space is limited.
Nursing Applicants Deadlines and Requirements: All nursing applicants must apply by January 2. All applications will be reviewed on that date. Applicants will be notified of admissions decisions by February 1. Hartwick's nursing program is very competitive, and only a select number of applications are accepted.
*All nursing applicants are required to submit SAT or ACT scores in order to be considered for admission.
First-Year Applicants Requirements and Optional Elements:
Required: Official high school transcript
Optional: Essay, letters of recommendation, standardized test scores, interview
Read more about First-Year Student Admission.
Transfer Applicants Requirements and Optional Elements:
Required: Official transcripts from all colleges attended, official high school transcript
Optional: Essay, personal statement, letters of recommendation, interview
Read more about Transfer Student Admission.
*Transfer students are eligible to receive the Ad Altiora achievement award.
International Students Requirements and Optional Elements:
Required: Official high school and any college transcripts, translated into English and certified, an English Proficiency Exam (if English is not your first language) such as TOEFL, ILETS, SAT, affidavit of financial support, an essay and two letters of recommendation
Read more about International Student Admission.
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