Student Experience

Hartwick College staff and students enjoy Third Thursday reception
Being comfortable in your campus environment is an important first step toward College success. Get involved in your residence hall. Be healthy and safe. Know the policies for student living. Learn about multicultural life at Hartwick.

Wondering what to do? Join a club or form one! Attend a campus event, participate in student government. Join an athletic team. Consider intramurals, Greek life, or volunteering. Enjoy the arts. There are endless ways to get involved and enjoy the Hartwick scene.

These co-curricular learning experiences enhance your education at Hartwick. Take advantage of the many opportunities for you to reach your potential. Your Hartwick community supports you and shares in your achievements.

Feel free to contact the Office of Student Experience with any questions about campus life. Our staff is dedicated to making your years at Hartwick the very best.

Student Experience Mission and Core Values
Driven by the College’s mission and Organizing Principle and Strategic Framework, we are dedicated to focusing on students and their development in a safe and educational learning environment.

Student Experience is committed to the integration of student learning and development by creating experiential, transformative opportunities beyond the classroom, and to enriching students’ lives by promoting engagement and personal growth leading to successful student experiences and satisfaction.

Core Values
Students will work with trained and skilled Student Experience professionals who are dedicated to developing students’ full potential by embracing the following student-centered core values:

  • Balance: Personal, academic, and social
  • Creativity: Expression of thoughts and ideas
  • Diversity: Appreciation for social, cultural, and spiritual differences
  • Integrity: Respect, civility, and responsibility
  • Teamwork: Innovative collaboration with College and community partners

Student Experience is a member of the National Association for Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). We support the assumptions and beliefs, as well as the role of Student Affairs professionals, as outlined in “A Perspective on Student Affairs,” a statement issued on the 50th anniversary of The Student Personnel Point of View. We assess our programs and services based on professional standards developed by the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education.

Dewar Union, 4th floor
Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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