Hartwick Giving Day

April 21, 2022


Hartwick is taking flight.

Thank you for helping to make Hartwick's Giving Day a success this year! We raised over $595,000! That money will support Hartwick's students through scholarships, academic departments, sports teams, and all of the FlightPath initiatives.

It's Never Too Late!

You can still decide to help us ensure we can provide the best experiences possible for our students.

Make Your Gift Today

Your unrestricted gifts to the Hartwick Fund take on new meaning – and have an even greater impact – now that we’ve launched FlightPath.

Every gift you make helps our students:

Hartwick students during Hawk Career HOP in Washington D.C.

Uncover their talents.

ceramic bowl being made on wheel

Develop their skills.

Hartwick students admiring the views from the top of the mountains in Peru

Get ready for success.

“We have many fond memories of Hartwick, and hope you do, too. Please join us in supporting the college that has made such a difference in all of our lives. Today’s students are counting on you.”

Ken Dobert ’61 and Mo Riley Dobert ‘63

The Doberts are enthusiastic supporters who have given generously to Hartwick for 34 consecutive years.

Why We Give

Dr. Ryan Cerasola, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Dr. Meghan Sheehy, Assistant Professor of Music Education are faculty leaders who have played major roles in implementing and charting the success of FlightPath. They are making a gift to FlightPath to support Hartwick’s athletes, co-curricular programs, and the arts.

Paula Lee Hobson, Vice President for College Advancement

Like Paula Lee, 19% will be the first in their families to graduate from college. Please join Paula Lee and her family in making a gift today.

Adam Abreu ’17
Adam, Political Science/Economics alumnus and former lacrosse player, is making a gift to the FlightPath Fund to ensure that today’s students have the same opportunities he had as a student.

Ankita Bal ’22

Ankita has truly made the most out of her time at Hartwick. A senior Bio-Chemistry major, involved in multiple clubs and organizations, Ankita is truly grateful for her scholarship-supported Hartwick education. Will you join her in making a gift so that more students like her can take flight?

We are grateful for your support.

Make a gift