As part of the arrangement, Gloucester have recently moved into a brand new, bespoke facility befitting of a Premiership rugby club.
A state of the art gym, analysis suite and recovery facility means Gloucester Rugby now boast the kind of base befitting of a club with the highest ambitions.
However, of equal importance is the role the College plays in the development of the players as individuals away from the playing field.
Individuals such as Henry Trinder, Jonny May, Dave Lewis, Charlie Sharples and have all come through the Hartpury educational system and Ryan Mills has recently became the latest young gun to feature when he took the field against London Wasps on Boxing Day.
Now with the Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE), and closer links than ever to Kingsholm, both parties stand to benefit hugely in the coming years.
Hartpury College vice-principal Luke Rake explained recently:
"Our relationship with Gloucester Rugby is very important to us, and the partnership has been very successful for many years.
"This is testament to our continuing commitment to our Gloucester partnership, but also to ensuring our students get the very best facilities.
"The new facility is for Gloucester's exclusive use, but it frees up the existing facilities for further student use.
"It's good for the students to be able to witness high rugby standards, whether that's our own Saturday team, or Gloucester training here."
Hailing a development that can maintain Gloucester's perch among the English elite, Managing Director Ken Nottage added:
"Hartpury has provided a superb training base for the first team squad for some years now, but the new facility will take things to another level.
"It's a bespoke development whose amenities reflect the club's desire to remain at the very top of the English game and I know that I speak on behalf of Bryan and the squad when I say that we are absolutely delighted with the results."
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank college principle Malcolm Wharton, Director of Sport Matt Birch and all the staff at Hartpury who have made this project possible."