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Hartwick Exchange Program

Through a cooperative arrangement students from Hartwick College or the SUNY Oneonta may enroll in courses on the other campus without paying tuition and the comprehensive fee. The program is coordinated through the Registrars’ Offices at Hartwick and SUNY Oneonta. The following guidelines govern registration:

  1. SUNY Oneonta students must be matriculated and enrolled full-time at Oneonta before registering for a Hartwick course.
  2. SUNY Oneonta students may take only one course per academic term at Hartwick.
  3. SUNY Oneonta students may not register at Hartwick for a course available on their own campus, even if that course is not offered in the present semester. (There may be an exception for a student whose graduation plans may have to be postponed.)
  4. SUNY Oneonta students may consult Hartwick’s schedule of classes on-line to select a course. When a student selects a course, the Registrar will contact Hartwick, after their students have registered, to see if an opening exists. If so, the registration will be made.

This Exchange Program is not available in January or during the summer. The grade earned at Hartwick through this program will be calculated in SUNY Oneonta grade point average.

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