Hartwick College has just been recognized for their work in creating wellness and health opportunities on campus.  These include the establishment of an Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug working group which focuses on new cannabis legalization laws, educational projects, revising campus smoke-free policies and more.

Campus Prevention Network’s (CPN) has recognized Hartwick College as one of the first colleges and universities to receive its Seal of Prevention. The College earned the accolade for being a higher education institution demonstrating a commitment to digital prevention programs tied to student safety, well-being, and inclusion. The honor underscores Hartwick’s commitment to offering students a robust program of ongoing prevention and safety training.

Hartwick’s Director of Wellness and Health Promotion Heidi Tanner says the honor highlights the overall educational curriculum the College provides students. “Since the start of this process, Hartwick has made great strides,” she said of an institutional commitment that’s been building at the College since 2014. “Cross-campus collaboration and ‘buy in’ to the importance of first-year students completing AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention courses has increased.”

We congratulate our friends at Hartwick College on receiving this prestigious honor.

To find out more about the Hartwick College Wellness and Health Center click here.

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