Ways to Apply

Applying to Hartwick is the first step in making your unique impact on the world. Everything you need to know is outlined here.

To start, review what’s required. It all depends on your student status.

First-Year Students
You’re a new high school graduate or a student with less than 12 college credit hours.

Pick a path that matters.

Transfer Students
You’re looking to complete your undergraduate degree and have previously been enrolled at another institution..

Make more of your education.

International Students
You’ve decided to study in the United States, and you want to learn more about attending Hartwick.

Start the journey of a lifetime.

Returning Hartwick Students
You’ve been withdrawn from Hartwick College and would like to apply for re-admission.

Get on board.

Part-time/Non-degree Students
You want to take a class (or a few) without enrolling in a program of study.

Apply today.


Hartwick College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, veteran status, age, or handicap in its policies and procedures of admission, financial aid, instruction, athletics, employment, or other College-administered activities.

Ready for more? Select an application.



Hartwick Application

If you know you want a liberal arts education that prepares you for an evolving world, fill out our online application.


The Common Application

If you’ve looked into other places to study and have already created a Common Application profile, you can easily submit it here.

Special application processes.

Registered Nurse Mobility
Are you a registered nurse who wants to do even more? Build your skills and expand your potential by studying the liberal arts and sciences.

Get application details.

Music Auditions and Art Portfolios
At Hartwick, art and music majors can accomplish even more with their talents. Learn about the required audition or portfolio review.

Learn about music auditions.

Learn about art portfolios.


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