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How Can You Know What's Next?

"What do you want to do?" It's a question every college student faces - from family, friends, teachers, and counselors. When Hartwick students ask that of themselves, they get answers - from professors, alumni, and other mentors who give them ideas, insights, and real-world opportunities in what will become their chosen field.

This is FlightPath.

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FlightPath Mentoring

By becoming an Alumni Mentor, you’ll share your insights and expertise as you help students expand their network, pursue their unique FlightPaths, and prepare for life after graduation.

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TrueBlue Connect

Hartwick’s exclusive online community for personal connections and mentorship. Join for direct access to your alumni network and student mentoring opportunities.

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The Wick Magazine

Want to stay up to date on Hartwick? Read the news and learn about the College’s initiatives, strategies, and priorities. Check out the latest edition of The Wick magazine, and dive into recent issues, too.

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Come Back and Work at Hartwick

We are looking for passionate people like you to help our students soar with FlightPath.

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Hartwick is rising

And lifting every student as we go. Our new approach to education, FlightPath, is future-focused, student-centered, and built for success. It’s a powerful, collaborative effort and you have an important role to play. As a Hartwick graduate or friend of the College, you can mentor students, expand their networks, and prepare them for life after graduation, and make financial gifts of support.

Meet Our Alumni Relations Team

Megan Gray

Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations and Career Development
607-431-4170

Kimberly Hastings

Assistant Director of Alumni Relations
607-431-4045

Meet Fellow Alumni

Daniel “Dan” Zuck ’05

Daryl Thompson ’06

Nobel Htoo ’18

Stay involved.

There’s always something going on around campus. Stay connected and explore what’s  happening now and what’s coming up.

News

November 30, 2022

Hartwick College Receives $500K To Enhance Inclusive STEM Opportunities For Students

A $500,000 grant from The Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s (HHMI) will allow Hartwick College to increase its capacity for providing…

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November 30, 2022

Student-Led “Wick Cast” Delivers Impactful, Career-Related Stories

A Hawks in Flight Feature In “The Wick Cast” studios, guests enter as strangers, but always leave as friends. On…

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November 17, 2022

Hartwick College Strengthens Commitment to Rural Education With HartLand Promise

For many potential college students in rural areas, the notion of a liberal arts education seems prohibitive. In our region…

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November 11, 2022

Killdeer Trio To Play Special Live Show at Hartwick’s Yager Museum, Powered By Rock & Roll Photo Exhibit

The Yager Museum of Art & Culture at Hartwick College is excited to bring live music to the galleries this…

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November 9, 2022

Glass-Blowing Alumni Remember From Where They’ve Come

A Hawks in Flight Feature Just before graduation, Chris Rochelle ’99 received a piece of paper from his faculty mentor,…

Hear from Other Hartwick Alumni

“I believe in Hartwick’s liberal arts to the core. Our graduates are adaptable and that’s marketable, especially in uncertain times.”

Sally Herbert ’88

“We have all heard the term ‘pay it forward.’ Well, it applies here. Be engaged. Make a difference. Return the favor that previous generations of philanthropists bestowed upon you.”

Francis Landrey P’06

“The faculty is the backbone of the college; that was our experience. Hartwick is not an institution; it’s people. My husband and I feel that giving to Hartwick is personal.”

Fran Sykes P’96, H’12

"At times I ask myself, ‘Can I do this?’ The answer is always, ‘Yes, I can.’ That’s because of what I built through all my experiences at Hartwick.”

Stephanie Sacco '18