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


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