• Hartwick students giving a presentation in front of the class.
  • Professor discussed Botany with a Student.
  • Hartwick students working on a project in class.
  • Hartwick students studying rock formations

Hartwick College Staff Council (HCSC)

Staff Council seeks input and participation from all staff members. If you would like to add an item to an upcoming meeting agenda, please e-mail HCSC at staffcouncil@hartwick.edu or contact any of our members.

Staff Council Meetings:
December meeting: 12/11/14, 11 a.m. in Eaton Lounge.

Holiday Cookie Exchange: Bresee Foyer on Monday, December 15 from 2-3 p.m.
Please come enjoy and exchange 2 dozen of your favorite holiday cookies to share the season. Bring a tin or Tupperware container to take your cookies and bring your cookies to share on any plate/platter you'd like.

2014 - 15 Representation

Divisional representatives are:                            Term Ending
Enrollment Management: Caroline Slingluff          2016
Student Affairs:  Paul Habernig               2016
College Advancement: Carrie Rosengren 2016
President's Office (HR, IR, Marketing & Communications):  Stephanie Brunetta                2015
Finance: Patricia Thorne                                   2015
Academic Affairs: David Heyduk                         2015
At-large exempt representatives:
Todd McGuinness                                 2015
Kirsten Oehl                                   2016
Jason Stanton 2016
At-large non-exempt representatives:
Jennifer Brislin                                                2015
Darlene McCarthy                                          2016
Walt Smith                                2016


The mission of the Hartwick College Staff Council is to advocate for staff at the institutional level, maximize staff potential, and serve in an advisory role to the President while fostering a sense of communication and community in order to enhance the student experience.

The HCSC goals: 

· Build fellowship and strengthen communication among staff departments and between the staff and the campus community.

· Participate, assist, and advise in decision making processes by selecting staff representatives to serve on institutional task forces and campus wide committees when appropriate.

· Give voice to staff perspective by serving in an advisory role to the President representing the staff as a body through policy advocacy and the communication of concerns and ideas.

· Foster a sense of community and promote efforts to make our work environment efficient, fulfilling and positive.

· Promote a system that enables staff to reach their full potential.

Know the Facts.
200 +The number of students who participate in the Student Scholar Showcase.