• Bresee Hall, Hartwick College
  •  Scanning the skies at the Wright Observatory
  • Hartwick student performance
  • Yager Hall Bell Tower at sunrise, Hartwick College

Land Use Policy

Hartwick College is renewing its effort to protect its property, area wildlife, and the interests of its students and neighbors. A new policy is now in place that will impact the use of Hartwick's entire 425-acre campus, including the College's upper campus surrounding Table Rock and Strawberry Field.

Any individual who is not a student, employee or guest of Hartwick College will need to apply for and be granted a new permit from the College's Office of Campus Safety if they wish to use the campus. Where granted, permits will be issued without cost. Previously issued permits will not be honored.

Use of Hartwick land for ATVs, snow-mobiles, motorized vehicles including off-road vehicles and motorcycles, hunting, logging, and bonfires is strictly prohibited. Any unauthorized use of the College's land will be treated as unlawful, and the College may pursue appropriate remedies against the violators.

Download Hartwick's Land Use Agreement/Permit Application (pdf document).

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