Videos

Enjoy the videos below, which offer a glimpse into a portion of the student experience here at Hartwick College. Learn more on our YouTube channel.

This Place

There’s something special about this place. High on Oyaron Hill, students experience an education unlike any other. That doesn’t happen at just any college, it happens at this college. Hartwick College. Learn more

This Education

A Hartwick College education is about more than textbooks and lectures. It’s about opportunities, relationships, and the inspiration to make a difference. You can get an education at any college, but at this College, at Hartwick, you can learn to change the world. Learn more


Meant for More

At Hartwick, we know that an experiential approach to the liberal arts on a vibrant residential campus adds up to a transformative experience. Who will you become?

Sense of Place

Hartwick College is located on Oyaron Hill overlooking the City of Oneonta in the northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Our location is inspiring, but it’s the people and possibilities you’ll find here that make a Hartwick College education come alive.

Hartwick Makes Connections

At Hartwick College, we know a great education is about much more than textbooks. It’s about the relationships you build, the connections you create, and the doors of opportunity you open. Find out how Hartwick College changes lives.

Hartwick is Hands On

With almost unlimited opportunities for hands-on learning, a Hartwick education will teach you more than you thought possible. Study abroad, internships, community service, scholarly research, Student Showcase, senior thesis … the list goes on.

Quinn Braithwaite ’16 talks about being a member of the Hartwick nursing community, and getting hands-on experience.

Addison Muller ’16 on why she likes Hartwick’s close-knit environment and small class sizes.

Charlie Feher-Pieker ’17 discusses how a Hartwick College January Term class in South Africa changed his life.

Joanne Georges ’17 discusses how Hartwick Professor of Economics Karl Seeley changed her view of what studying business can mean.

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