Siena Hall

Room 301

PH: (518) 783‑2321

FX: (518) 786‑5040


8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

School of Business


Our School of Business offers undergraduate business degree programs in accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing, as well as a graduate program in accounting. Siena’s School of Business is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). This prestigious accreditation means that our faculty meets very high standards in teaching and research.

When you study business at Siena, you’ll learn in small classes with direct access to your professors. You’ll get hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art Hickey Financial Technology Center, Raub Trading Room, and Alonge Accounting Lab. You’ll conduct and present undergraduate research, publish papers, and attend national conferences. You’ll take internships, and you’ll participate in projects that support local nonprofit organizations. 

At Siena, you’ll learn to lead in business and in life.

  • Hickey Financial Technology Center
    Hickey Financial Technology Center
  • Marketing Research Lab
    Marketing Research Lab
  • Academic Poster Presentation
    Academic Poster Presentation
  • Accounting Students Assist Community Members Filing Taxes
    Accounting Students Assist Community Members Filing Taxes
  • Travel Courses Are Gaining in Popularity and Offerings
    Travel Courses Are Gaining in Popularity and Offerings

School of Business News

  • Siena Moves up on “Best Colleges” List

    Siena College continues to be recognized as a “best” college and is ranked among the top tier of liberal arts colleges. Read More

  • Siena Student Studies Unemployment

    The “Great Recession” officially ended five years ago, in the summer of 2009. But those studying the labor market know that it is not improving the way it should be. CURCA Summer Scholar Melissa Fichera ’15 has been working with Assistant Professor of Economics Aaron Pacitti Ph.D. to analyze the data behind our nation’s slow recovery and has learned that it means bad news for unemployed workers. Read More

  • Siena on Prestigious "Best Colleges" List

    Siena College is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. Read More


Student Profile

Chad Bingo

Chad Bingo

Class of 2015

Marketing Major

Rochester, N.Y.

At the urging of business professor Ken Williams, Chad took an Entrepreneurship and New Business Creation class, where he had an opportunity to develop his own product. Chad never expected that his “Gotta Go” button would be a finalist in Walmart’s “Get on the Shelf” contest a year later.

The Siena Difference

#415 The Bjorklund Fund, a student-run investment portfolio with real money, has doubled in size in during the past six years.