Institutional Surveys & Studies
The College reports to the US Department of Education on enrollment, human resources, financial aid, finance, graduation and completion rates, and institutional characteristics.
In accordance with IPEDS Federal reporting requirements, the following links are provided for your convenience.
This report is required of any institution of higher education that participates in a federal student aid program and provides athletic competition. A public EADA report must be provided by October 15.
All coeducational institutions of higher education that participate in any Federal student financial aid program (Federal Pell, Federal SEOG, Federal SSIG Grants, Federal Work Study, Federal Family Education, Federal Perkins, and William D. Ford Federal Direct Loans) and have intercollegiate athletics programs must provide information concerning their intercollegiate athletics programs under the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act of 1994, Section 485g of the Higher Education Act of 1965, 20 U. S. C. 1092.
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2021-22
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2020-21
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2019-20
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2018-19
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2017-18
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2016-17
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2015-16
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2014-15
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2013-14
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2012-13
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2011-12
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2010-11
NCAA EADA Report Tables 2009-10
Current disclosure information for other colleges and universities may be found on the U.S. Department of Education’s website.
The College reports on the following: estimating and certifying earned degrees, off-campus instruction locations, student financial aid, college financial statements, basic student charges, preliminary and final fall semester enrollment, institutional activity, certifying Nursing enrollment, admissions and academic preparation for first-time students, transfer student enrollment, personnel development in special education, graduation report, enrollment of students with disabilities.
Hartwick College is institutionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) with the next evaluation visit scheduled for 2027-28.
The departments of Music, Art, and Art History are accredited by these organizations. Data is submitted annually for a peer review.
The NCAA requires institutions annually submit revenue and expense information for their athletic department, graduation rates, and other general information.
HEDS is a consortium of private higher education institutions with an emphasis on liberal arts education. We report annually on enrollment, faculty compensation, endowment value, voluntary support to the college, financial aid awards, admissions data, graduation and retention, and student-faculty ratio.
The College submits an annual report of faculty compensation by rank.
Hartwick responds to request for data from publications providing information on institutions to high school students and their parents who are engaged in the search for a college. These publications include: Barrons, Fiske, Peterson’s, U.S. News & World Report, College Board, and Open Doors.
CIRP / BCSSE: The College administers the Cooperative Institutional Research Program’s Freshmen Survey to all first-year students at the start of the fall semester. In the years we give the NSSE, the College administers the Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement to the new freshmen instead of the CIRP.
The College administers the NSSE to selected first-year and senior students every three years. The most recent survey term was Spring 2016.
The College annually surveys all students on their satisfaction with administrative services.
The College asks all graduating seniors for their academic or career plans after graduation.
INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH AND EFFECTIVENESS
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