How to Apply
Siena College welcomes international students to the Siena community! The Office of International Programs is here to offer assistance as you make the decision to study in the United States. Feel free to email Nancy Paulsen with any questions you may have regarding the application process. You may also consult the list of Frequently Asked Questions. Please visit the Preparation to Study in the US page for additional important information.
Please submit the following materials in order for your application to be considered:
Send all transcripts and school results from each secondary school and post-secondary school that you have attended.
- Transcripts must be official, containing the seal of the school
- If not already in English, transcripts need to be translated into English. Many students utilize World Education Services for translating transcripts.
Native English Speakers:
- Native English speakers must take and submit official results of the SAT.
- Siena College's SAT code is 2814
Non-Native English Speakers:
Submit a personal essay of 1-2 pages describing your interest in Siena College and your goals for studying in the United States.
A letter of recommendation is required from a teacher, advisor, headmaster, or guidance counselor associated with your school who knows you personally and can comment on your academic and extracurricular activities. This letter must be signed and written in English.
CERTIFICATE OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
You must sign the Certificate of Financial Responsibility which states that you will be able to pay and be responsible for the expenses of studying at Siena College.
Please send your application and corresponding documents via FedEx or Global Priority Mail to:
Office of International Programs
515 Loudon Road
Loudonville, New York 12211-1462
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone Number: 1-518-786-5047