The Office of Campus Activities and the Student Government Association collectively support more than 60 registered student organizations. These groups reflect our community’s diversity and contributes to the exciting co-curricular life here at Hartwick.
Alpha Omicron Pi is an international women’s fraternity founded January 2, 1897. The Sigma Chi chapter was founded at Hartwick College in April of 1952.
The purpose of this organization is to provide acknowledgement to those demonstrating a high standard of accomplishment in theatre and provide a wider fellowship for those interested in theatre.
Alpha Sigma Phi recruits gentlemen of high scholarship, character, and moral values. The society promotes the highest form of scholarship and patriotism, and looks to better each man that accepts membership into the organization.
The purpose of Alternative Realities is to give students a chance to learn more about role-playing games, science fiction, fantasy, comics, and animation.
The Anthropology Club provides Hartwick students information regarding different aspects of the anthropology field(s) in a non-academic setting. We strive to present such understanding through our numerous fundraisers and outreach programs.
The Hartwick Baseball Club allows the men and women at Hartwick to play one of America’s greatest sports, and gives these players a chance to compete on the collegiate level. The team is full of experienced players who want to win; and, people with no experience are welcomed to join. Each and every player is willing to help teach and train new players to be their best.
The purpose of Beta Beta Beta is be to function as an honor society and professional society for students of the biological sciences.
The Black Student Alliance (BSA) educates, enlightens and unifies persons of African and ethnic descent In doing so, BSA hopes to raise awareness of Black history and culture.
Campus Ambassadors exists to create a community on campus through which students' lives are transformed by Jesus Christ.
To promote interest in theatre at Hartwick College