We are pleased to have our Saints safely back on campus for the new academic year that began August 24.

The safety of our students has been and always will be our #1 priority. Things are different this semester, there is no doubt about that. Nevertheless, the entire community is making every accommodation to ensure Siena continues to provide the Education for a Lifetime.

Our Marching Forward website outlines many of the changes that are now part of campus life. Information will be added and updated as the pandemic evolves and new guidance is received. Click here to view the College's complete Reopening Plan. More information on COVID-19 can be found at cdc.gov/coronavirus.

 QUICK FACTS

 

Quarantine requirements: All international students and those who returned from states with high rates on infection  completed a 14-day quarantine on campus before the start of classes, as per NYS regulations. 

Student APP: All students should have downloaded Siena’s COVID-19 daily health screening app (Campus Clear).  

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Students are required to complete the app each day before coming to campus or leaving their residence and must abide by the directions on the screen. 

Face Coverings: Acceptable facial coverings for the nose and mouth are required to be worn by all community members  (more details).

Visitors: Students may not host off-campus visitors or guests, including family members (more details).

Leaving Campus: Students may leave campus but are encouraged to limit doing so as much as possible. They are expected to abide by CDC guidelines while off campus.

Last Day of Classes: The last day of classes will be November 19.

Finals: Finals will be held November 21-25.

OUR PLAN TO RETURN TO CAMPUS

Health & Safety

The health and safety of our Saints is our #1 priority. Please see the processes and procedures we are deploying on campus to keep our students safe this semester, along with personal safety guidelines for each student to follow.

Academics

Siena's person-centered approach to learning will always be our goal — even though it looks a little different this fall. Read more about our academic and class calendar changes, enhanced cleaning schedules, and classroom density reduction plans.

On-Campus Living

Living on campus is an important and transformative part of the Siena College experience. Read more about the availability of testing, adjustments to housing, and more.

Student Life & Athletics

From clubs and organizations to intramurals and our Division I sports, learn what life as a Saint looks like this fall.

Dining

Siena Fresh is committed to the health and safety of all students, faculty and staff and will continue to modify its operations to safely serve its guests.