To view current course offerings, please click one of the buttons below. Spring 2017, Summer 2017, Fall 2017, January 2018 and Spring 2018 (several academic departments have not yet submitted January and spring 2018 schedules – they will be published when available). courses are available for viewing in WebAdvisor. Course descriptions, course start and end dates, pre-requisites and other helpful course information is available in WebAdvisor. For Summer Sessions 2017 information, click here.
WebAdvisor Course Listings
Quick View Course Listings*
*These do not include course descriptions, requisites or other detailed information. These are only a general listing of available courses provided for convenience. Detailed information is only available in WebAdvisor. Summer courses can only be viewed and registered using WebAdvisor. Courses are published annually in WebAdvisor the first week of February prior to the start of each academic year.
Online courses have a location of ‘OL’; hybrid courses (those both on campus and online) are indicated with a ‘HYB’ in the course types field.
Key for Using Non-WebAdvisor Course Pages
PR = Pre-Requisite required – check WebAdvisor to view the pre-requisite
PM = Permission of instructor required – these courses cannot be registered electronically.
CR = # of credits
CRSETYPE = Course type; how course counts towards curricular requirement(s)
Fall term 2017 pre-registration closed on April 21. A one week add/drop period for fall term 2017 opens on May 8 and closes at 5 pm on May 12. Once closed, changes to fall term schedules are not possible until e-Reg opens on August 25 at 9 am. e-Reg is available for fall term 2017 pre-registration unless permission is required to add a course or you are repeating a course. Permission required and repeat courses must be registered using the appropriate form, available in the Registrar’s Office or online. DO NOT email add/drop or permission requests to the Registrar’s Office as they will not be processed.
Non-Hartwick students: if you are affiliated with the institution (spouse, child, employee, etc) you must apply for admission through the Registrar’s Office to register for a course. Visit our forms site for the Special Student Application. If you have no affiliation with the college, you must apply through the Office of Admissions.
If you have a hold on your account (viewable in WebAdvisor) you will be unable to register for courses until the hold is cleared. Note that all students must be cleared by their advisor prior to registering. Clearance by an advisor will end the ‘RGADV’ hold on your account.
Courses that require instructor permission, senior thesis/projects, independent/directed studies, closed courses and internships cannot be registered electronically. Registration forms are found here:
Please do not email add/dropor permission requests. Emailed requests will not be processed.
How do I register for a course?
During pre-registration and open add/drop periods you can register for courses electronically in WebAdvisor. Note that courses requiring permission cannot be registered electronically- these courses must be registered in the Office of the Registrar with the correct form.
Is there a limit on how many credits I can take?
Yes, students can register for up to 20 credits in fall and spring and 4 in January or per summer session. A petition to the Committee on Academic Standards is required to register above these limits. Also, an over-election fee is applied to each credit registered above these limits. Click here to view a schedule of overload and other course fees on the Student Accounts web site.
How do I know if a course has an additional fee? What if I add a course late?
Courses marked with a dollar sign ($) carry an additional course fee. Adding a course after the add/drop period incurs a late add fee. To view a schedule of these and other fees on the Student Accounts web site, click here.
How do I know if a course is offered first or second half? Or when a course starts and ends?
Physical Education courses marked with a ‘Z’ in the section are second half courses, those without are first half courses. This is also true for a handful of Art courses. However, the most effective way to determine when a course starts and ends is to bring the course up in WebAdvisor and check out the Meeting Information.
How do I view course descriptions or pre-requisites?
All of this information is available in WebAdvisor. Use the WebAdvisor link at the top of the page.
What courses cannot be registered electronically?
Summer courses, senior project/thesis that are labeled ‘490’ (capstones can be registered electronically if not designated ‘instructor permission required’), independent and directed studies, internships, courses that are closed, courses that require instructor permission and courses that conflict. All of these courses must be registered using the appropriate form found on this web site or in the Registrar’s Office.
Why can’t I see Senior Thesis (490), Independent Studies, Directed Studies or Internships on the course schedule?
After several years of assessing the electronic registration system, we made the decision to remove elements of the course schedule at pre-registration that were frustrating for students. This included removing courses that couldn’t be registered electronically and were causing some degree of confusion. Questions about these registrations should be addressed to your academic advisor. These are the folks that can easily assist you with registering these special registrations!
How do I order textbooks?
Click here to visit the Hartwick College bookstore web site.
What are the academic divisions at Hartwick?
Hartwick’s academic divisions are Humanities, Physical and Life Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences.
How do I find courses that satisfy curricular requirements like EL, WL3 or ILS?
Look for courses with course types like EL, WL3 or ILS. Other designations include LAB for courses meeting the Physical & Life Science laboratory requirement, QFR for courses meeting the quantitative and formal reasoning requirement, LN for the language requirement and FYS for first year seminar.
What are the academic disciplines within each division?
Humanities: art and art history, English, modern and classical languages, music, music education, philosophy, religious studies, theatre arts.
Social and Behavioral Sciences: accounting and finance, business administration, anthropology, economics, education, history, political science, psychology, sociology.
Physical and Life Sciences: geological and environmental sciences, biology, biochemistry, computer and information science, mathematics, medical technology, nursing, physics.