• Hartwick students working on a project in class.
  • Yager Bell Tower, Hartwick College
  • Hartwick students studying rock formations
  • Dewar Union, Hartwick College

What Our Graduates Do

When people hear that Hartwick is a liberal arts and sciences college, they often ask, what do your grads do? Our answer is: just about anything. With an excellent liberal arts education behind them and lots of experience making choices and thinking independently, Hartwick alumni live and work in a range of settings, from small towns in the U.S. to the Bahamas to Tanzania. Many of our students continue their studiesafter graduation. In fact, since 1980, 19 Hartwick students have received Fulbright Scholarships. They're teachers, lawyers, Peace Corps volunteers, scientists, and financial managers.

Graduate & Professional Education
Sixteen percent of Hartwick students continue their education immediately after graduation. Some of the schools they attend:

Boston University
Clemson University
Columbia University
Cooper-Hewitt National Museum/Parsons The New School for Design
Cornell University
Fordham University
Harvard University
Hunter College
Johns Hopkins University
London School of Economics
New York University
Northeastern University
Penn State University
Syracuse University
University of Buffalo Medical School
University of Illinois
University of Michigan
University of Nevada
University of North Carolina
University of Pennsylvania
University of Queensland
University of South Florida
University of Southern California
University of Virginia
Vermont College of Fine Arts
Yale University

Careers
You’ll find Hartwick alumni employed at these businesses and organizations:

Agilent Technologies
American Express
Boston Symphony
Catholic Services Volunteer Corps
Celera Genomics
Deutsche Bank
Hewlett-Packard
IBM
J. Walter Thompson
Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute
Merck Research Lab
NBC Television
Nikon
Patuxent Wildlife Refuge
Peace Corps
Pepsico
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Princeton Review
U.S. Geological Survey
U.S. House of Representatives
Williams-Sonoma

Know the Facts.
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