Because you’re meant for more.
We believe knowledge is the foundation for a meaningful future. This is education with a purpose.
Find it at Hartwick.
Pick a path that matters.
We believe an empowering curriculum prepares you to make a real impact after graduation.
More than an education.
At Hartwick College, you’ll learn to think critically and apply your knowledge right away — whether it’s in the classroom or on the other side of the world. Our committed faculty, immersive curriculum, and supportive community will equip you with the skills and the courage to make an impact long after you graduate.
Liberal Arts Advantage
Internships and Career Preparation
Learn to make a difference in an evolving world. Our innovative curriculum and emphasis on collaboration transform curiosity into creative problem solving.
Three-year degree students
28 years of Campus Theme programming
Our curriculum is experiential and immersive. This results in better-prepared students who are ready to apply their knowledge to future challenges.
1 Pine Lake Environmental Campus
Guiding Eyes for the Blind puppies raised by Hartwick students
282 students participated in Student Showcase: An Exhibition of Liberal Arts in Practice
15+ productions staged each year by our Theatre Arts program
Study at destinations across the globe, or hone in on a research project during a unique learning experience called January Term.
Hartwick students will study in 24 countries this year.
Gain invaluable workplace experience so you’re not only ready for what happens next – you’re the one making it happen.
career-related services include internship resources and referrals, job shadowing, alumni networking, and individual counseling from a Hartwick Career Advisor
86% of members of the class of 2016, who responded to our survey, were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation
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Matipa Mutoti ’20
Political Science and Global Studies majors, Harare, Zimbabwe
“I’m always pushing myself to achieve my goals, and I’m having a great time. I’m feeling very comfortable at Hartwick and I’ve been exposed to so many more opportunities than I would have been in Zimbabwe.”
Diane Paige, Ph.D.
Professor of Music and Department Chair
“As chair of the music department for more than 10 years, I define my leadership role this way: Being a leader for me is removing obstacles for others to do their work.”
German Zuluaga ’18
Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage Intern
Through his work at the Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage, German Zuluaga ’18 uses distillation to determine phenolic compounds in specialty malted grains. These compounds are produced by smoking malt with burning peat or other woods and is what gives whisky its “smoky” flavor.