Hartwick College is a private college, founded as a seminary in the year 1797. It is located in Oneonta, New York, USA. It offers a graduate plan to complete a degree, in three years, at 25% less cost. Students can choose from more than 60 clubs available. The most popular majors of the college are Biology, Business, Psychology, Nursing, and Criminal Justice.
|Type of College||Private|
|Percentage of International Students||3%|
|Annual Acceptance Rate||80%|
Hartwick College campus is situated on Charlotte Creek Road, Oneonta NY. It is situated 60 minutes away from Binghamton and 3 hours away from New York City and Boston.
Full-time students can avail of on-campus residential facilities at the Pine Lake Environmental Campus or the Hartwick College Campus. Students can choose from Apartments, Hilltop House, Holmes Hall, Leitzell Hall, Oyaron House, Pine Lake Housing, Saxton Hall, Smith Hall, Townhouses, Van Ess Hall and Wilder Hall. Students can stay off-campus with roommates by filling a separate form.
Here's an overview of the facilities available:
Hartwick College offers undergraduate, graduate Programs, new graduate programs, individual student programs and honors programs in Computer Science, Business Administration, Science, Languages, Healthcare and Law.
Students can choose from over 50 major and minor programs and 9 pre-professional and cooperative graduate programs. Hartwick College offers pre-professional programs such as the pre-engineering program in which students can try other majors while learning about engineering as well. Students are given on-site training and have access to pre-engineering and major advisors.
Hartwick College runs a 4+1 MBA program in collaboration with Clarkson University. Students graduating from Hartwick College who enroll in the Clarkson MBA shall be given 4+1 fellowship, with a 10,000 USD Scholarship.
Students can choose the Individual Student program as well in Public Relations and Image Management or Women's Studies or International Business. The college states that the average pay of students with Individual Student Program is about 50,000 USD.
Application Portal: International students can apply through the Hartwick College Online Application Portal. Academic transcripts and scores should be uploaded on the application portal.
Application Deadline: November 1 2019 (Early Decision)/ August 1 2019 (Fall Term)/ January 2 2020 (Spring Term)
Admission Requirements: Academic transcripts; Cumulative GPA between 2.0 to 4.0 (for transfer students); Score of 420 on the SAT critical reading or 21 on the ACT composite; Personal essay; Recommendation letter; Financial sustenance proof.
Tuition fee and other expenses that undergraduate students have to bear are:
|Expense Type||Cost per Year|
|Board (Unlimited Plan)||6,180 USD|
|Comprehensive Fee||935 USD|
Tuition fee of graduate programs is 900 USD per credit.
Cost of accommodation for various types of rooms available are:
|Room Type||Cost per Year|
|Townhouse and Apartments||8,302 USD|
|Super Single||8,604 USD|
|Pine Lake- Single/Robertson||7,714 USD|
|Pine Lake- Double/Robertson||6,650 USD|
|Pine Lake- All cabins, Farmhouse, Robertson Lodge Apt.||8,032 USD|
|Pine Lake- Super Single||8,604 USD|
International students at Hartwick College can avail of merit-based scholarship opportunities. Students can also take part in work-study programs. Here's an overview of a few scholarships:
|Type of Scholarship||Hartwick College Merit-Based Scholarship|
|Amount||15,000 USD - 28,000 USD|
|Deadline||November 15 2019 (Early Decision) ASAP after October 1 2019 (Regular Decision)|
August 1 2019 (Fall Term Transfer Students)
January 1 2020 (Spring Term Transfer Students)
|How to Apply?||Students can fill the admission application form online and contact the Hartwick College Financial Aid Office email@example.com for further information.|
Grants and loans are not available to international students.
Hartwick College provides work-study and part-time job options for students in need of financial aid and as part of program-integration to gain professional experience. Students are allowed to work on-campus at the Yager Museum, Campbell Fitness Center and Foreman Gallery. Students can earn 600 USD-2,000 USD.
Students need to fill the free application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year by May 1. To apply, the following is needed:
Students can check jobs on HartLink through the Work-Study job board. After filling and submitting the Hartwick College Work-Study Authorization Form, students can expect a temporary placement. Work-study employment must be obtained within 30 days of the beginning of the term.
Hartwick College holds an annual internship and career expo where international employers participate. Besides this, students and alumni of Hartwick College can submit an application through WickWork Employment Portal for job search.
Hartwick College alumni contribute as professional mentors and academic guides for students. Few alumni of Hartwick College are Jen Lunsford, Attorney at Segar and Sciortino; Joanne Dittes Yepsen, Former Mayor of Saratoga Spring; Brad Black, Co-founder of EO products; Lisa Mayer, Founder and CEO of My Social Canvas; and Anjali Limbu, Project Manager at Children and Youth First.
|Institution Type||Private (Not for Profit)|
|Average Cost of Attendance||$45,910 / Year|
|Student : Faculty Ratio||1 : 1|
|Hartwick College Enrollment||1435|
|Average Graduation Rate||52.8%|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$45,910 / Year|
|On Campus Accomodation|
|Books & Supplies||$700 / Year|
|On campus, Room & Board||$12,093 / Year|
|On Campus, Other Expenses||$700 / Year|
|Off Campus Accomodation|
|Off campus (not with family), Room & Board||$6,000 / Year|
|Off campus (not with family), Other Expenses||$400 / Year|
|Off campus (with family), Room & Board||$400 / Year|
|Off campus (with family), Other Expenses||$400 / Year|
|Middle States Commission on Higher Education|
|Program Wise Accreditations|
|Arts Programs||National Association of Schools of Art and Design|
|Music Programs||National Association of Schools of Music|
|Nursing Programs||Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education|
|Nursing Programs||New York State Board of Regents|
|Total Faculty||Full Time||Part time||Graduate Assistants|
based on 1 student ratings
Being at Hartwick College I was given the opportunity to get the experiences of independent research, traveling to various places, and the one-on-one attention needed to succeed in my classes. My internship in the Office of Admissions gave me the experience to get a position as an admissions counsellor at Keiser University while I work on my Master's degree.
From this curriculum, I learned to apply criminological and social science theories to the study of the criminal justice system, and to theories about why crime happens and how to prevent it. I became familiar with the ethical problems of the system, as well as how race, class, and gender play a role. Being at the college was all about learning from experience. I got a chance to travel the world, complete internships, and shadow professionals in my chosen field. The hands-on experience was also emphasized. I with some of my classmates also conducted field research with professors, publish in academic journals, and presented it at a professional conference.
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