Diversity at Hartwick
Hartwick seeks to critically address and reduce all forms of prejudice, to foster diversity, and to reduce ethnocentrism and intolerance.
College Diversity Statement
The College Diversity Statement was approved by the Board of Trustees on October, 10 2003.
U.S. Pluralism Center
A resource for faculty and students offering curricular counsel, support for the transition to college, and co-curricular programming. The U.S. Pluralism Center is located in Bresee Hall.
U.S. Pluralism Courses
The Associate Dean & Director of the Office of Intercultural Affairs & The U.S. Pluralism Center teaches courses within the Department of History twice a year. In addition, co-curricular certificate programs are offered in family research and leadership development.
Student Organizations Promoting Diversity
Hartwick has numerous student organizations that are directly involved with diversity on the campus. More.
Diversity is a pervasive aspect of curriculum at Hartwick College. Students can minor in the programs listed below that are designed specifically to encourage the study of diversity. Students may also choose to design their own major using the Individual Student Program (ISP)
To find courses that contribute to and further the understanding of diversity, check out the courses offered by departments such as Anthropology, Art History, Economics, Education, English, History, Music, Nursing, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Spanish, and Sociology.