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  • Location On Campus
    Sarazen Student Union, Room 302 
  • Address
    Student Activities & Leadership Development
    515 Loudon Road
    Loudonville, NY 12211
  • Phone
    (518) 783-2330
  • Fax
    (518) 786-5053
  • E-mail
    activities@siena.edu

SAINTS 2014 Application

SAINTS & STEMs Application are now available!

Please download the application, complete it, and return to the Student Activities & Leadership Development Office in SSU 302.

Application deadline: Thursday, March 6th, 2014 at 4:00pm.

 

 Download application here

 


 

S.A.I.N.T.S./S.T.E.M selection timeline

 

DATE/TIME                        PROCESS                                                      LOCATION

March 6, 2014                    Completed Application Due                Student Activities Office, SS302, 4:00 PM    

                                       
 March 24-28, 2014              Individual Interviews                           Report to Student Activities Office, SSU 302

                                              Applicants must sign up for an interview time when their application is submitted.   Each interview will be approximately 15mins in length.

 Monday, April 7, 2014         Selection Letters Available                   Student Activities Office, SSU 302

Friday, April 11, 2014            Acceptance Date                                  Student Activities Office, SSU 302

                                  
 

Compensation

 

S.A.I.N.T.S.: $350.00 (Split between two timecards) plus room and board during pre-fall commitment.

S.T.E.M:  in addition to SAINTS compensation, housing (for resident students) and board during pre-fall commitment.

 

The following Siena Life statement represents the policy of Siena College. Students selected to be a part of the S.A.I.N.T.S. are expected to support and enforce this policy:

 "Siena College expects all members of the community to demonstrate respect for themselves and for others.  This respect includes sensitivity to differences.  All students are entitled to and responsible for a community free from harassment, intimidation and violence.”

 *Siena Life Student Handbook, 2010-2011, pgs. 7-8