By studying the liberal arts at Siena, you do more than prepare for a career; you prepare for life in a complex, rapidly changing world. You learn to think critically and communicate clearly. You learn to work effectively in teams even as you cultivate leadership qualities that set you apart from others. You learn how to synthesize multiple perspectives, inspired by the diversity of the human experience. You apply creativity, innovation and ethics to problem solving in all areas of your life.
From the breadth of our core curriculum to the depth of your selected courses of study you will benefit from the broad-based knowledge and real-world skills that form the foundation for success in professional and personal life pursuits.
We see the lovely handcrafted items at fair trade markets – colorful scarves and table runners, felt slippers and toys, baskets, and more. Read More
What Can You Do With That “Useless” Liberal Arts Degree?
In a day and age where STEM majors have plentiful opportunities for jobs, Liberal Arts majors are often made to think that they may not have a good chance at getting a job post-graduation. Read More
Two Faculty Members Receive NEH Grant
An historical preservation project about French-Canadians who settled in Cohoes, N.Y. and made it that city’s largest ethnic group has resulted in a National Endowment for the Humanities grant for two Siena professors. Read More