Student Organizations & Clubs
With a focus on creating meaningful, lifelong experiences for the Hartwick community, the Office of Student Engagement works with student leaders to create engaging activities and build connections with the campus community.
At Hartwick, events and organizations are designed to provide all students with opportunities for leadership and engagement.
Here, students decide which clubs to join (or create), and how to make the most of their time outside the classroom.
Student Government Association
Student Government Association (SGA) is a student-led organization at Hartwick College that serves as the voice of the students. SGA works to enhance the college experience of the student body by organizing events, managing funds for clubs and organizations, and working as an intermediary between students and the administration to address student concerns.
Students interested in joining SGA can email email@example.com for more information.
Hartwick Campus Activities Board
Hartwick Campus Activities Board (HCAB) is a student-led organization that plans and executes a wide range of events and activities for the Hartwick College community. HCAB aims to enhance the campus experience by providing diverse programming that promotes engagement, inclusivity, and fun. Some of these events include concerts, movie screenings, bingo, off-campus trips and more!
Students interested in joining HCAB, can email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an on-campus interview.
Clubs & Organizations
Joining a club at Hartwick is a great way to meet new people, build leadership skills and enhance academic performance. Hartwick offers 35+ student clubs that cater to a variety of different interests. The College features cultural clubs like the Black Student Union and Asian Culture Club, academic clubs like Chemistry Club and Writing Underground, clubs that focus on the arts like Clay Club and Fashion Club.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Hartwick College currently has four fraternities and three sororities on-campus with an additional two multicultural Greek organizations shared with SUNY Oneonta. Membership in a fraternity or sorority offers opportunities for brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership development, social events, and community service. The college emphasizes a balanced approach to fraternity and sorority life, encouraging a focus on academics and responsible behavior while still allowing for fun among members.
Office of Student Engagement
4th Floor, Dewar Union