Your gift to Siena’s unrestricted Annual Fund is the most fundamental vehicle for your investment in the “Education for a Lifetime.” Your Annual Fund gift supports EVERY student, faculty member, staff and administrator by helping to close the gap between what is covered by tuition, room, board & fees and the real cost of providing a Siena education. New this year, you can target the area(s) to which you would like to focus the impact of your Annual Fund gift:
1. President’s Discretionary Fund – Siena’s President, Br. Ed Coughlin, O.F.M., will use his discretion to target where your gift will have the most (budget) impact.
2. Academic Programs – Your gift will impact academic programs beyond the schools of business, science and liberal arts to include Siena’s various centers and institutes and other academic programs such as Siena Albany Med, HEOP, Military Science (ROTC), ACE and more.
3. Financial Aid – With an average of 83% of Siena students receiving financial aid each year, Annual Fund gifts targeted here help to make Siena affordable for a large percentage of students.
4. Facilities and Grounds – Literally the foundation of everything that happens at Siena, building and grounds maintenance and enhancements are critical to the day to day operation of academic programs, student life and the business of running the College – your gift targeted here will impact a cross-section of campus.
Target your Annual Fund gift today!
Make a gift online: Use our secure online form to make your gift with your credit card.
Mail a check to:
Annual Fund Office
515 Loudon Road
Loudonville, NY 12211
Call 1-888-SIENA4U (1-888-743-6248) to give your credit card information to a member of our giving staff.
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Your gift to Siena helps educate deserving students, strengthen academic programs and services, prepare tomorrow’s leaders. Gifts of all sizes are a powerful investment in the future. Siena welcomes both gifts of cash or securities in support of its mission. Gifts to Siena College are tax-deductible to the full extent of the Internal Revenue Code.