Scholarships

We know you’ve worked hard to get here. That’s why Hartwick awards academic merit scholarships in recognition of all you’ve accomplished.

Hartwick College believes in rewarding students for their academic performance and challenges them to have the same commitment to academic excellence once they become part of the Hartwick family. The College is pleased to offer, on a competitive basis, both first-year and transfers merit scholarships.

These scholarships will be determined at time of acceptance to the College. No special application is required, so make sure your application materials are as comprehensive as possible. 

Scholarship

Amount

Eligibility

Criteria

Oyaron

$120,000, payable at
$30,000/year for 4 years

First-year

High school GPA and SAT/ACT scores
if submitted

Kellogg

$120,000 payable at
$30,000/year for 4 years

First-year

High school GPA and SAT/ACT scores
if submitted

Cooper

$116,000 payable at
$29,000/year for 4 years

First-year

High school GPA and SAT/ACT scores
if submitted

President’s

$112,000, payable at
$28,000/year for 4 years

First-year

High school GPA and SAT/ACT scores
if submitted

Nelson

$80,000, payable at
$20,000/year for 4 years

First-year

High school GPA and SAT/ACT scores
if submitted

Phi Theta Kappa

$24,000/year for up to 4 years

Transfer

Membership in PTK Honor Society
 

Transfer Merit Scholarships

Range from $20,000 to $24,000/year
for up to 4 years

Transfer

College GPA

The Hartwick College Sibling Grant discounts tuition for families with multiple students in attendance.
Eligibility: Families with two or more children concurrently enrolled at Hartwick College on a full-time basis.

Terms: For the second child, the tuition is reduced by 25 percent. The total reduction is then divided equally among the siblings, and their tuition charges are reduced accordingly.

The Hartwick College Legacy Grant awards students a $2,500 Hartwick Grant.
Eligibility: Students whose grandparent, parent, or sibling graduated from Hartwick College.

 

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