Media Relations

Media Relations

Siena College's Marketing and Communications Office supports and provides information to news organizations about the College and its community. Because the College is a private institution, we respect our students’ rights to privacy. We also recognize that the media have tight deadlines and make an effort to respond to requests in a timely manner. Members of the media interested in attending events or arranging interviews at Siena must contact the Marketing and Communications Office before arriving on campus.


Siena College maintains an extensive database of expert media sources covering a range of news topics including economics, the environment, politics, financial aid, women’s issues and more. 

General Photo Use Guidelines

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Lisa Witkowski

Associate Director of Marketing and Communications



In the event of an urgent matter, please call: 518-859-8632


  • Senior Gift Party Shatters Record

    While most Siena students were packing their bags and filling their cars to return to campus for the spring semester, a record 235 seniors were “adding a night to senior year” by returning a day early on January 15 for the 8th Annual Senior Gift Kickoff Party. Read More

  • 51-33%: Trump Policies Will be Good for Long Island

    Special Siena College Long Island Voters Poll:
    51-33%: Trump Policies Will be Good for Long Island
    Property Taxes Top Problem; 73% Say Make Tax Cap Permanent; 68% Call for Funding Schools by State Income Taxes NOT Local Property Tax
    Two-Thirds in Favor of Attracting Islanders Back to Nassau Coliseum
    Support for Wind Farms, Bridge to CT, Affordable Housing; Want Albany to Address Environmental Protection & Infrastructure Development Read More

  • Area Students Gather to STOP Prejudice

    STOP is sponsored by Siena’s Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King Lecture Series and is organized and run by the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) A World of Difference Institute, and supported by the Golub Family Foundation. Read More


  • Jan 23 COTFD: “Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What Can We Do” Read More

  • Jan 24 Stories of Immigrants: A Panel Discussion on Immigrants’ Experience Read More

  • Jan 24 Financial Aid Video Chat Read More