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.
Economics and Finance majors, Brighton, England
“I always thought I would work on Wall Street for a big bank. Working for a start-up in San Francisco last summer opened my eyes. Now I have 50 new directions to consider.” In addition to playing varsity soccer at Hartwick, Matt was one of only five students chosen to participate in The Baker Simpson Entrepreneurial Fellowship Program in the Bay area. For 10 weeks, Matt worked for Blackbird Air Charter, a small company he described as the “Uber of private jets.” As one of two summer interns, his job was to help with “business development” and he “gained credibility” in the “first three weeks” by furnishing the company’s new office space.
Associate Professor of Chemistry, 2018 Teacher-Scholar Award
John gets students excited about research. He refuses to characterize himself simply as a physical chemist who specializes in laser spectroscopy. He loves using his skill sets in different areas of science to broaden his knowledge. He approaches research problems from a variety of cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural viewpoints. He helps students discover their passion for research and sparks their desire to continue research in graduate school.
NR, MSN, ATCN, CCRN
Assistant professor of nursing, Arizona State University
ICU nurse, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ
Nursing major, Spanish minor
“The small class size and the relationships Hartwick nursing students have with professors is outstanding. I appreciate the value of the professors knowing you personally and holding you accountable. Their dedication to my learning motivated me to reach my full potential as a nurse and recognize the great impact I can have on my community in this role.”