Our 3,000 students study in more than 50 academic majors, minors and certificates, including professional studies in education, pre-med, pre-law and social work.
The foundation provided at Siena is more than skill, it is a mindset. Our students, faculty, staff and alumni are moved, each and every day, to respond—intellectually and ethically—to needs that arise in our community, nation and world. This is our Franciscan Catholic tradition and it’s part of what makes Siena distinct among liberal arts colleges.
Our beautiful, 174-acre campus is home to state-of-the-art technology and science centers, residence halls, computer labs and dining facilities. Just two miles north of Albany and a short drive from Saratoga Springs, the Adirondacks, and the Hudson Valley, Siena’s location offers students exciting cultural, recreational, internship and service-learning opportunities.
Siena College’s small student-to-faculty ratio (12-to-1) and average class size (21) combine with a first-rate curriculum, Division I athletics, vibrant campus life and service and advocacy experiences to create one of the nation’s premier liberal arts colleges.