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Your Place and your people.

With a wide mix of on- and off-campus opportunities designed specifically for you, your FlightPath will help you get involved, develop valuable skill sets, and expand your horizons. From club sports to Student Government and volunteering to dozens of special interest groups, your only challenge will be which ones to choose.

If you're not sure where to start, here are a few ideas

It’s never too early or too late to get involved on campus. If you don’t know where to start, take a look at a few areas that may be of interest below or explore our full list of clubs and organizations to see what might be a good fit.

Join a Team

Intramural Team Sports

Play Intramural Sports

Playing intramural sports is a great way to make new friends, learn a new game or skill, or continuing to play a sport you love.

Play ESports

Keep in mind, not all Hartwick sports take place on a field or court, we even have Esport options for you to explore.

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Play Varsity Sports

Are you planning to continue playing varsity sports through college? Learn more about what it means to be a D3 Athlete at Hartwick College.

Join a Fraternity or Sorority

Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) has been an important part of the Hartwick experience for more than 90 years and has grown in popularity.

Grow as a leader

Become a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success and build a professional credential. You’ll learn how to build your leadership skills step by step, attend exclusive on-campus events, network with prospective employers, and make strategic choices on your path to a successful career.

Volunteer throughout Oneonta

Make a difference in our community in the Civic Engagement Program by volunteering, raising funds, and working with nonprofit organizations as you put your Hartwick education into practice.

Need some help choosing? We’re here to help

In Student Engagement, we work as the primary advisors for student organizations, leadership development, and getting involved beyond the classroom. Our team will help you find where you fit best.


Paul Habernig

Executive Director of Campus Vibrancy

Aimee Beavers

Administrative Assistant to the Offices of Student Success, Campus Vibrancy & Academic Affairs

Reynard Benschop

Associate Director of Student Engagement