Campus Life

Belonging is what we do best.

You’ll find your place and your people at Hartwick. With our beautiful location and vibrant living spaces, it’s easy to feel at home on a campus that’s made for connection. As a Hawk, you’ll discover that getting involved is easy, making friends comes naturally, and everyone here is rooting for your success.


Student Engagement

On 425 acres of rolling hills and beautiful vistas, this is a campus designed for you. With flexible spaces dedicated for socializing, studying, and relaxing, you’ll find your community on a campus made for connections.


Clubs and Organizations

With more than 60 clubs and organizations across campus, intramural sports, and fraternity and sorority life, getting involved is just the beginning. Check out everything from Cardboard Alley Players and Clay club to the Black Student Alliance and Hartwick Identity Alliance.


Express yourself. Expand your perspective.

The arts are an important way to tell stories and share experiences. Whether it’s on the stage or screen, canvas or page, there’s a lot here to create, and many ways to be inspired.











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Take Care of Yourself.

Hartwick invests in self-care resources so that you can invest in you.

Live well. Eat well.

Life at Hartwick includes a shared passion for great food and welcoming living spaces you’ll call home.



From traditional residence halls to suite-style rooms, townhouses, and apartments, you’ll live in a vibrant space where opportunities and experiences are always around you.

Where to Live


The Commons, Table Rock, and John Christopher’s Cafe offer different menus and set ups, whether you’re meeting up with friends, getting coffee with a professor, or grabbing a bite.

Where to Eat

Your home in Oneonta.

A thriving small city at the northern edge of the Catskill Mountains, the college town of Oneonta is peaceful and picturesque.


We’re dedicated to making a positive impact in our local community.

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There’s so much to see and do in Oneonta, you’ll never have to look far for adventure.

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How else can we help?

Let’s start with answers to the questions we hear most.

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