Hartwick College employees are dedicated to supporting student learning and personal development.
Whether it is helping students adjust to the challenges of college life, encouraging them as they achieve academic success; attending student productions, art shows, or Senior Thesis presentations; delivering student mail; or guiding them through the job or graduate school search, Hartwick staff are committed to providing a safe, challenging, and supportive environment in which students gain knowledge from experiences they never dreamed possible.
An independent, residential liberal arts college enrolling approximately 1,200 full-time undergraduates, Hartwick embraces the teacher-scholar model, with teaching excellence as the first priority, and seeks to recruit, retain and promote a diverse workforce.
Located in the scenic Susquehanna River valley in Oneonta, NY, near the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains, the College features a Liberal Arts in Practice general education curriculum and aspires to “be the best at melding liberal arts education with experiential learning.”
Hartwick offers health benefits to domestic partners of employees, and prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation/preference and gender identity/expression. Hartwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to broadening “the understanding, awareness, and appreciation of diversity among all members of the Hartwick community.” Women, minorities, and other underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
Hartwick College is committed to providing a safe and secure educational and employment environment. Employment at Hartwick College is therefore contingent upon a successful background check on every new employee. Candidates to whom an offer of employment is made will be required to sign a Release of Information Form authorizing the College to conduct a thorough background check.
Hartwick College is committed to a diverse candidate pool, values an inclusive workforce and workplace environment, and wishes to minimize or eliminate the impact of implicit bias during the search and hiring process.
To apply for a position listed below, please submit one single pdf copy of your application materials inclusive of the content below.
- A cover letter;
- A resume;
- A Diversity Statement that addresses how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity will support Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement (https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/); and
- The names and contact information for three references, with annotation regarding how the reference is related to you and your work (at least one of your references must be from a current and/or previous supervisor).
All materials should be sent electronically to Suzanne Janitz, Chief Human Resource Officer, at email@example.com with [Position Title] in the subject line. Applications may also be mailed to the Office of Human Resources, Hartwick College, P.O. Box 4020, Oneonta, NY 13820 or faxed to 607-431-4329. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
Assistant Football Coach- Offensive Coordinator
Date: January 3, 2020
Title: Assistant Football Coach- Offensive Coordinator
Description: Under the supervision of the Head Coach, the Assistant Coach- Offensive Coordinator is working in the primary capacity of an educator, and will assist the Head Football Coach in all facets of a competitive NCAA football program. Will be responsible for coordinating the offense, coaching a position, as well as assisting the Head Football Coach with all aspects of the daily operation. Daily operations include but are not limited to recruiting, the organization and conduct of practices/competitions, fundraising, parent and alumni relations, retention, and duties associated with the overall administration of the program in accordance with the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, Hartwick College, Empire 8, NCAA, and other related association rules and regulations. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. The review of applications will begin immediately.
- Coordinate the offense within the philosophy and direction of the head coach.
- Recruit student-athletes to the program, with a primary focus in Western New York, in accordance with College standards.
- Work to retain and graduate student-athletes from the program and institution
- Instruct student-athletes on the rules, fundamentals, regulations, equipment, and techniques of the sport by designing instructions for individual student-athletes and team needs. Collaborate with the head coach on coaching activities, including determining game strategy, coaching of student-athletes during games and practices, practice preparation, video work, and development of student athletes. Assess player’s skills, monitor players during competition and practice, and keep the head coach informed of the athletic performance of students.
- Additional responsibilities as assigned by Director of Athletics, including teaching PHED skill courses, and PE coaching courses.
- Assist the head coach and department in the administrative functions of the program. Administrative paperwork (travel expenses, compliance obligations, etc.) and general office work including emails and participating in department staff meetings.
- Demonstrate commitment to excellence, innovation and diversity in undergraduate teaching by building healthy relationships with the students, responding to their concerns, advising students both personally and academically, and contributing to their personal growth and academic success.
- Take part in Community Service activities
- Create and maintain positive relationships with all internal and external constituents.
- Perform other job related duties as assigned
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with between 1 and 3 years of experience in an assistant coaching position. The successful candidate must demonstrate effective teaching methods and be able to provide academic guidance and mentoring to scholar-athletes. The candidate should possess excellent leadership, role modeling, organizational, interpersonal, time management, and written and verbal communication skills. Ability to multi-task and handle a job with a daily change of pace; supervisory skills a plus. General computer skills required including Microsoft software (Word, Office, Excel, etc.). Must have a thorough understanding and working knowledge of NCAA regulations and be up to date with safety, rules and regulations and proper certifications. Must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable through the College. Certification in CPR and First Aid required.
Part-time Campus Safety Officer
Date: May 30, 2019
Title: Campus Safety Officer
Description: The Campus Safety Officer provides a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, visitors and all other members of the Hartwick College Community. Campus Safety Officers are responsible for protecting the property and assets of Hartwick College and the personal property of faculty, students and staff living and working on Campus; enforcing the rules, regulations and policies of Hartwick College in a fair and equal manner; and assisting the local authorities and outside agencies with any investigations into wrongdoing, which affects the campus. In order to accomplish these duties, a safety officer must be on campus at all times, 24/7. Officers patrol the campus, residence halls and the area immediately surrounding the campus, as well as monitor the blue light system on campus for any safety concerns.
- Perform safety and security patrols
- Enforce college policies and regulations
- Provide aid and assistance in emergencies
- Respond to, investigate and prepare reports on criminal complaints, fire alarms, injuries, accidents and illnesses
- Lock and unlock campus buildings as required
- Provide safety and medical escorts to students, staff and faculty when requested
- Patrols, inspections and investigations require frequent inside and outdoor routing in all types of weather conditions; foot, vehicle and stationary patrols required; possible exposure to hazardous materials, severe weather conditions and physical confrontations with unstable persons and individuals who are violating laws and regulations.
- Work closely with other safety officers, student assistants, resident advisors, area coordinators, maintenance personnel, college administrators, local law enforcement agencies and emergency services.
Qualifications: NYS Security Guard License required. Must be able to operate all equipment and systems used by the Campus Safety Department including computers, portable radios, surveillance cameras, telephone switchboard, typewriters, fire alarms, suppression systems and emergency equipment. Must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the College. Good physical condition required, including hearing, eyesight and walking ability. Able to work well under stressful conditions, and able to quickly and effectively assess and react to emergency situations. Good interpersonal, verbal and writing skills.
Temporary Career Services Support
Date: October 22, 2019
Title: Temporary Career Services Support
This is a full-time, temporary (approximately 3-4 months) position.
Description: Under the supervision of the Assistant Provost for Academic Achievement, the temporary Career Services Support will assist in the management of the student internship registration process, internship and career advising, employer relations, and monitoring career services email accounts and WickWorks.
- Internship Registration Process
- Credit Registration Monitoring
- Reviewing/Approving submitted Learning Agreements
- Submitting for signatures and registration
- Registration deadline reminders and outreach
- Support faculty on the internship registration process
- Connect with and support students during internship
- Employer Evaluations, Student Wrap-up, and Reports
- Internship, Graduate School, and Career advising
- Career Services Email and WickWorks monitoring
- Employer Relations
- Information Session Coordination
- Opportunity outreach/marketing
- Classroom visits
- EXPO sponsorship perks (2019 Follow up)
- Graduate School Tabling
Minimum requirements for this position include a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university with 3 years of experience in a similar position/related field. Position requires significant experience interacting with diverse audiences, including students, faculty, staff, employers, community organizations, and alumni. Experience in sales or recruiting, either in a business or education setting. Experience in marketing, including print, online, and social media development. Computer knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office, especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; experience using databases and publishing programs; experience using online networking sites such as LinkedIn. Must have a proven ability to take initiative and work independently, and ability to work as a member of a cross-function team.
Date: January 21, 2020
Description: Under the supervision of the Vice President for Finance, the Controller is responsible for leading and managing the accounting activities of the College. The Controller supervises the Finance office, which includes student accounts, accounts payable, payroll and accounting. The Controller is responsible for ensuring that the accounting records are maintained in accordance with GAAP, effective controls are maintained, risk mitigated and that the College uses its resources effectively and efficiently.
- Provide leadership and oversight for the daily operations of the payroll, student accounts, accounts payable and general accounting areas within the finance office
- Prepares and provides monthly and year end financial statements (internal and external)
- Monitors and controls the fiscal policies and procedures of the College, ensuring compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), the IRS and any other applicable regulations. Protects assets by establishing, reviewing and enforcing internal controls
- Oversees and manages daily cash activity. Acts as the College’s liaison with the bank for day to day treasury operations
- Plans, coordinates and acts as primary contact for the annual financial audit and also the Uniform Guidance audit of federal funds
- Manages the financial component of federal grants and federal loan funds including monitoring and reviewing of expenses, governmental reporting and timely drawdowns of funds
- Assists with preparing budgets
- Provides support and financial information in response to needs of various constituencies including departmental chairs, senior management and Board of Trustees
- Ability to create and maintain positive relationships with all internal and external constituents
- Additional job related duties as assigned
Minimum requirements for this position include a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with between 5 and 7 years of experience in a similar position or field.
Must have accounting experience in higher education, 3-5 years of supervisory experience, along with excellent verbal and written communication skills, and excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. A current CPA license is preferred.
Coordinator of Copy and Mail Services
Date: February 24, 2020
Title: Coordinator of Copy and Mail Services
Description: The Coordinator of Copy and Mail Services is responsible for supporting the activities of the Copy and Mail Center. These activities include completing all copy and print requests from faculty, staff, and students, along with handling the mailing needs of all departments. This position is also responsible for transcribing and sorting financial data regarding usage of Copy and Mail Center services. Customer service is a top priority of the Copy and Mail Center, and therefore a crucial element of this position.
- Completes copying and printing requests from Hartwick faculty, staff, and students, along with giving advice on the most efficient way to format and print larger projects
- Observes copy machine and printer quality. Calls proper technicians if there are issues with poor quality copies or prints or if machines appear to be operating at less-than-optimal performance
- Performs other tasks such as binding booklets with a binding machine and using a large paper cutter to trim pages to specific size specifications
- Prepares financial records summarizing each department’s use of copy and print services
- Operates and maintains the large poster printer and coordinates the scheduling of large poster print requests
- Processes mail using a mail meter machine while following guidelines set by the United States Postal Service
- Prepares and ships packages through United Parcel Service using computer software and an attached scale
- Scans tracking information for incoming packages into the QTrak system and routes notification emails to the appropriate recipient
- Coordinates special handling and pick-up for incoming packages
- Disseminates incoming UPSP mail into departmental mail slots for pick up
- Maintains record of current inventory of supplies used by the Copy and Mail Center, including paper, copy machine and printer toner cartridges, tape, USPS and UPS shipping supplies, and various other items
- Transcribes and sorts financial data summarizing each department’s use of the Copy and Mail Center
- Knows basic and advanced copying and printing techniques and is able to instruct others on how to use the copy machines and large poster printer
- Understands Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat and is able to make adjustments to digital files to produce printed copies or posters that meet customer expectations
- Creates and maintains positive relationships with all internal and external constituents
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum qualification for this position is a high school diploma (Associate’s degree preferred). The successful candidate will have general knowledge of computers and experience with Windows based software including Microsoft Office programs. This position requires the lifting of large boxes weighing up to 50 pounds each is occasionally required. Some tasks, such as binding booklets, trimming paper, or feeding mail through the mail meter may require repetitive motions. The ability to hear customer’s requests over the noise of the office machines is essential. Vision, particularly the ability to identify and differentiate between colors, is also a requirement of the position.
Digital Communications Director
Date: November 22, 2019
Title: Digital Communications Director
Description: The Digital Communications Director is responsible for the design, coordination, and execution of all of Hartwick College’s digital marketing efforts, including but not limited to social media, website, email, digital targeting, search advertising, as well as other digital marketing techniques. This position is responsible for generating content and managing the College’s channels on a daily basis.
- Working closely with College Advancement Leadership, creates and implements the annual digital marketing plan for Hartwick College.
- Identifies, designs and writes digital marketing campaigns as directed by and in collaboration with the Vice President of College Advancement and College Advancement Leadership.
- Monitors, tracks and reports on progress and results of multiple campaigns; provides strategic insight for improvement or replication across other campaigns.
- Interviews faculty, staff, and students to write and design content that amplifies Hartwick’s brand and messaging to deliver through all digital marketing channels to specified targeted audiences. Acts as a liaison with outside vendors to make sure their efforts are aligned with each campaign objective.
- Develops metrics for and measures the effectiveness of all digital campaigns. Meets regularly with other divisions to report success and areas for improvement within each campaign. Monitors all digital marketing activity.
- Develops a content calendar in conjunction with College Advancement Leadership to ensure proper content is being generated in a timely fashion to the intended audience.
- Supervises staff in social media and web development as well as student interns.
- Completes other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Minimum requirements for this position are a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum of ten (10) years of experience managing digital marketing campaigns and social medial initiatives.
Proficient in many forms of Digital Marketing and Social Media including:
- Content Management Systems: WordPress
- Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, SnapChat, Instagram, YouTube
- Design: Adobe Creative Suite
- Digital Targeting Techniques: Geofencing, Geotargeting, Geoframing, Mobile Advertising
- Online Advertising: Google Adwords, Google Search Display, and Google VR 360
- General knowledge of video editing, content design, and other marketing content creation
The Digital Communications Director will possess the following attributes:
- Integrity: Upholds the highest level of integrity both internally and externally.
- Collaboration: Develops and nurtures an effective, productive and respectful rapport and working relationship with students, faculty, staff, and various campus and community constituencies. Must be able to communicate new initiatives and updates to other divisions on behalf of our entire College Advancement team.
- Passion: Sustains their passion for our work. Our team members are not just simply trying to finish a task. They are trying to do something new and innovative. We are passionate about both the College’s mission and the work we do to help achieve its mission.
- Quality: Produces the highest quality of work possible the first time, anticipating potential issues, threats, or questions that may arise from partners. We must be able to accept respectful constructive criticism from other divisions, faculty, staff, students, as well as internal team members.
- Agility: Willingly changes directions quickly. Team members will commit to being lifelong learners and be willing to adopt new processes, ascertain new skills, learn new tactics, and measure the impact of their work.
- Dependability: Acts in a professional manner: on-time for meetings; finishes projects and tasks on or before the deadline; reliably organizes team members and projects; and strives to anticipate the needs of the College President and College Advancement Leadership.
- Customer Service: At all times, exhibits a student-first orientation in providing exceptional service in all responsibilities and interactions while adapting willingly and quickly to changing priorities, responsibilities, and students’ needs and expectations. Demonstrates strong interpersonal and organizational skills, a sense of humor, flexibility, and creativity.
- Attention to Detail: Maintains a high level of accuracy, consistently reviewing work to detect errors, oversights or omissions.
- Initiative: Takes immediate and independent action while exhibiting creative problem solving.
Director of the Griffiths Center for Collaboration and Innovation
Date: February 14, 2020
Title: Director of the Griffiths Center for Collaboration and Innovation
Description: Academic Career & Executive Search is pleased to assist Hartwick College in their search for the Founding Director of the Griffiths Center for Collaboration & Innovation (GCCI).
This is truly a unique opportunity for a design thinking subject matter expert and practitioner to influence the culture of a College, administration, faculty, staff, and student body. The successful candidate is adept at exploring different options to thinking and building opportunities and knows how to translate design thinking knowledge to others. The ideal candidate is a change agent who brings a proven track record demonstrating their ability to work with people, motivate and inspire change.
The inaugural Director of the GCCI will lead and advance a culture of collaboration, innovation, and entrepreneurship at Hartwick College. Success in this position will be the measurable increase in the demonstrated capacity of students and employees to inspire, make, and leverage change to meet their personal goals and the goals of the College, and measurable engagement in meeting the educational needs of the workforce across the region.
The Griffiths Center for Collaboration & Innovation (GCCI) builds upon Hartwick College’s longstanding commitment to experiential learning and creative problem solving. The Director will inspire innovative thinking, support collaborative learning, and model key outcomes that are reflected in the Hartwick College mission statement, including “curiosity, critical thinking, creativity, personal courage, and an enduring passion for learning.”
The position reports to the President of the College. The Director will work with the President, the College’s senior leadership team, and a GCCI cross-campus advisory committee to fully develop and implement the strategic direction for the Griffiths Center for Collaboration and Innovation. Among other duties the Director will: convene and lead the advisory committee; guide development and delivery of programs that support creativity and innovation across campus; advise and support faculty in their use of design thinking principles when developing and delivering curricula; collaborate with faculty to develop programming for newly established Innovation Stations on the Hartwick Campus; establish the need for and provide the delivery of education that meets regional workforce needs; contribute to the career preparation of students through substantive cross-campus and community collaborations; develop strategic partnerships with external mentors (alumni and others) and community partners; and provide daily operational oversight for each facet of the GCCI. The Director will forge alliances with the College’s various communities and constituencies, including the greater Oneonta business and non-profit community and Hartwick’s 18,000 alumni, in order to enhance the learning of Hartwick students.
- Fully develop the operating structure and mission of the GCCI, consistent with the Mission of the College, and oversee its operation.
- Promote the GCCI’s services and programs with faculty, students and community partners.
- Develop strategic partnerships, both on and off campus, catalyzing experiential learning activities designed to foster creativity and collaboration between various groups (both on campus and off campus.
- Increase the number of student engagements, including internship, opportunities with entrepreneurs and innovators in the Oneonta area, throughout greater New York, and beyond.
- Convene and lead a GCCI Advisory Committee.
- Guide the development, delivery and funding of programs that support creativity and innovation across the campus and with and through our strategic community partners:
- Develop and deliver workshop programming to increase campus and community exposure to, and understanding of, tools that promote innovative thinking and initiatives within and beyond the classroom.
- Develop an inventory of faculty and staff capacity for delivering added value coursework & educational services to the community.
- Direct a formal market study of Oneonta and the surrounding area to assess what expertise is needed and the ideal form/format of in demand educational offerings. Determine opportunities for the potential disaggregation of current program components, whether formal college credit & NYSED-approved certificates are desired, how to structure the offerings, and how to structure associated fees. Make recommendations on the establishment of new community educational programs and, if approved, design and execute an effective delivery strategy.
- Collaborate with faculty to develop programming for newly established Innovation Stations on the Hartwick Campus.
- Contribute to career related services offered by the college (including career planning, mentoring, and internships and related opportunities) through meaningful and substantive collaboration. Lead the effort to identify a growing number of post-graduate employment opportunities in industries and professions that require workers with creativity, strong collaboration skills and experience with refined problem solving skills. Build and leverage collaborative relationships with the Director of the Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage and Hartwick College Grain Innovation Center (under development) to achieve this objective.
- Develop and deliver a new speaker series that will support the programmatic goals of the GCCI.
- Work collaboratively with the College Advancement office to identify funding sources to support paid internship opportunities and other experience related learning opportunities.
- Assist the College Advancement office in identifying private, corporate and foundation sources for funding of GCCI programming and operations and assist in soliciting these funds.
- Assure and oversee the College’s participation in Stanford’s University Innovation Fellows or similar program and mentor the students who qualify for the program, encouraging their success in program related initiatives. Assist the Fellows in their development of a group of Student Ambassadors who will advocate for and support greater innovation and collaboration on campus.
- Assist in the full implementation of Hartwick225: Students First initiatives (2018) that relate to the 225th anniversary of the College in 2022.
- Assist in the full implementation of the Promise initiative (under development.)
- Support all future College planning efforts.
- Assess the need for additional staff to support the GCCI; determine the ROI of expansion. Direct and evaluate future GCCI staff with respect to programs and initiatives of the Center.
- Master’s degree
- Evidence of familiarity with, and the successful application of, design and/or systems thinking methods and ability to illustrate and teach design thinking principles
- Proven record of accomplishment in initiating and leading new projects, programs and/or product development, in a commercial, not for profit or governmental setting
- Creative and open-minded, demonstrate the ability to collaborate with, lead, and motivate others
- Proven leadership experience with the ability to motivate and influence others
- Excellent oral, presentation and written communication skills
- Demonstrated evidence of resourcefulness and flexibility, outreach and team building
- Doctoral degree
- Experience in an academic setting that includes direct engagement with students, faculty and others. Hartwick College will consider non-academic candidates who can demonstrate a clear understanding of academic culture and commitment to student success
- Experience managing budgets
- Career and workforce development experience including the ability to interface with area businesses regarding their needs and how to best prepare students to meet those needs
About Hartwick College: Hartwick College is a non-denominational, private, four-year liberal arts and sciences college in Oneonta, New York offering 35 majors leading to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. In addition, it offers over 30 minors, pre-professional programs in law, medicine, engineering and allied health professions; and five cooperative programs in engineering, law, business, and physical and occupational therapy.
Hartwick College was featured by journalist and scientific writer Malcolm Gladwell in his book David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants as a liberal arts college that offers the same academic rigor and quality of education with similar career outcomes of an ivy league university or elite liberal arts college in the United States, without the competitiveness or admission criteria of these top colleges and universities.
In 2017, U.S. News & World Report ranked Hartwick College 159th in its National Liberal Arts College Rankings. Hartwick College is ranked 59th for liberal arts colleges on Payscale.com’s 2016-17 list of highest-paid graduates and Business Insider recognized Hartwick as #13 in their 2015 “50 Most Underrated Colleges in America” ranking for graduate earning potential. Forbes Magazine ranked Hartwick # 501 overall in the 2016 Forbes ranking of the best colleges and universities in the nation; public and private colleges and universities included. Hartwick College is one of just 375 colleges nationwide recognized as a College of Distinction in multiple categories. Hartwick is also consistently featured in The Fiske Guide to Colleges and it is a Princeton Review Best Northeastern College.
About the Griffiths Center for Collaboration and Innovation (GCCI):
The GCCI serves as an umbrella for three Innovation Services:
- Hartwick’s Makerspace
- Hartwick’s Fabrication Lab (Fab Lab)
- Hartwick’s planned entrepreneurship hub
All three platforms are part of the College’s overall strategy of further enhancing Hartwick’s very interdisciplinary approach to learning to make our students more marketable problem solvers in a tech savvy world. Students benefit by connecting what they are learning in the classroom with real needs in the community. The GCCI is an idea incubator and an instigator of innovative approaches to academic coursework both for credit and not for credit.
Sally Griffiths Herbert ’88 and Tim Herbert provided the backbone of support for the GCCI, named in honor of her father, with a $1.25 million gift to the College.
Living in the Area: Situated in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains’, Oneonta is a scenic college town boasting a lower cost of living, lower unemployment rates, lower crime rate and higher educational levels than the national average. With median home values of $141K and monthly rents of $835, the area offers an affordable lifestyle in a picturesque environment with close access to New York City. The idyllic environment is an exceptional area for the outdoor enthusiast, raise a family, or simply enjoy a more laid-back lifestyle void of rush hour traffic.
The College is located just 3.5 hours north of New York City, 4 hours west of Boston, MA, and 4.5 hours north of Philadelphia. The campus sits on a hilltop that spans 425 picturesque acres and overlooks the Catskill Mountains.
Conveniently located just off Rt. 88 in Oneonta, Hartwick is also just 59 miles from Binghamton, NY, 82 miles to Albany, NY, and 60 miles from Utica, NY. Cooperstown, NY, known for the Baseball Hall of Fame, and Glimmer Glass Opera is just right down the road.
To Apply: You may apply directly at: https://acesrch.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a21esjyh9zga
Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Materials should include a cover letter and CV. Candidates advanced in the process will be required to provide the names and contact information of five references. References will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates.
Inquiries and nominations are treated confidentially and can be sent to Jennifer Muller, Managing Partner with Academic Career & Executive Search: Jennifer@ACESrch.com.
Candidates advanced in the process will be required to provide a Diversity Statement. Information regarding Hartwick College’s Diversity Statement is located at: https://www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/intercultural-affairs/diversity-at-hartwick/