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Hartwick College Hosts Award Ceremony for Student Voices, Student Choices
BERT Aims to Assure That All Feel Safe on Campus
Hartwick College and SUNY Oneonta Students Collaborate on First-Gen Podcast Series
Hartwick Students Find Fall Common Read Events Powerful and Empowering
US State Department Grant brings Thai Visitors to Hartwick
Hawks Book Bundle Makes Bookstore Lines a Thing of the Past
Confident, Prepared, and Career-Ready
Whether you're a first-year or entering your fourth year, we'll continue to guide you during your time at Hartwick. Explore how we're thinking about your education alongside you with our future-focused approach designed with the support, flexibility, and the personalization you'll need to succeed.
What’s Coming Up Next
There’s always something going on around campus.
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Get Involved On Campus
Join more than one-third of Hartwick students and compete in varsity athletics, or play on an intramural team, play intramurals, or cheer for your friends.
Whether it’s the whole campus wearing blue on Blue Pride Fridays or celebrating Wicktoberfest, we have over 200 years of traditions that celebrate our community.
Hartwick’s Civic Engagement program is dedicated to giving back, with students, staff, and alumni all making a difference in our hometown of Oneonta.
Clubs and Organizations
With more than 60 clubs and organizations across campus, intramural sports, and fraternity and sorority life, getting involved is just the beginning. Check out everything from Cardboard Alley Players and Clay club to the Black Student Alliance and Hartwick Identity Alliance.
Hartwick Students Honor Loved Ones With Ofrenda
Little Piece of Home to Hartwick
SOAR Mentoring Program Expands Resources
Table Rock Challenge
From One Hawk to Another
Hartwick College Entrepreneurial Fellows Help Nonprofits
Key Tools and Functions within D2L
Hartwick’s D2L instructional support system is an easy-to-use teaching and learning tool for students and faculty. If you need assistance, you can request support from the Technology Resource Center via text or email.
Faculty and staff are already utilizing Zoom to conduct remote teaching and learning. For additional information about the different Zoom accounts, you can visit Zoom Support or contact the TRC.
Wanna catch that new series on streaming TV? And still catch the game with your friends? Students can access a host of streaming services that offer deep discounts for students and extended trial periods.