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A Healthy Hartwick


Campus COVID-19 Cases

3 Active Cases

Monday, December 5, 2022

*Note: Cases for those who are living, working and/or studying on campus.

COVID-19 Plan

Updated October 10, 2022

View the Plan (PDF)

Visitors and Contractors: Vaccinations are not required but strongly encouraged. The College reserves the right to require masks on an event-by-event basis.

Required proof of vaccination: All students and employees must either submit a record of full vaccination or receive a medical or religious accommodation. Students to send their documentation to Employees provide their documentation here. New employees and students must submit a record of full vaccination or an approved accommodation before beginning work or starting classes.

Some students and employees may be granted accommodations from the vaccination requirement based upon medical necessity or closely held religious beliefs: The College will continue to evaluate CDC guidance for unvaccinated individuals. Requirements for unvaccinated students or employees may change as circumstances require. Complete the Accommodations Form.

Students or employees who express COVID-19 symptoms:

Students: Any student who expresses symptoms of COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status, must report these symptoms and obtain a COVID-19 rapid test at the Perrella Wellness Center. There will be no charge for this test.

Employees: Inform your immediate supervisor and Human Resources

Masks in indoor or outdoor settings are not required on the Hartwick College campus. The exception: marks are required for entry to Perrella Wellness Center. The College reserves the right to require masks on an event-by-event basis.


COVID Vaccination Policy

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Getting vaccinated.

Hear directly from faculty and staff at Hartwick talk about why they chose to get vaccinated.


  • • Fever or chills
  • • Respiratory symptoms, such as dry cough or shortness of breath
  • • Sore throat
  • • Fatigue
  • • Headache
  • • Body or muscle aches
  • • Loss of taste or smell
  • • Congestion or runny nose
  • • Nausea or vomiting
  • • Diarrhea
  • Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure. Many people with COVID-19 have mild symptoms and are able to recover at home.

Or think you might have been exposed to someone with a confirmed COVID-19 case? Stay home. Avoid spreading the virus to others. Contact your primary care physician. You can also call the Perrella Health Center at 607-431-4120

  • • Call 911 and seek medical attention if you have:
  • • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • • Persistent pain or pressure in your chest
  • • New confusion
  • • Blush lips or face

Social distancing, also called “physical distancing,” means keeping a safe space between yourself and other people who are not from your household. To practice social or physical distancing, stay at least 6 feet from other people who are not from your household in both indoor and outdoor spaces.


Hartwick Problem Solvers

Alumni are building on the strength of their education to make a difference: one patient, one problem, and one breakthrough at a time.

We’re here for you

For your emotional support, mental health, counseling needs, and beyond. Personal Counseling and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner appointments can be made by contacting 607-431-4120. You can ask any faculty/staff member for help getting resources. Hartwick College acknowledges the many issues students face today.

Call Perrella Health Center at 607-431-4120
Call Campus Safety at 607-431-4111

Beyond Campus

Get the latest information on Covid-19 beyond Hartwick’s campus with reliable and current virus updates.