*last updated June 8, 2022

Marching Forward outlines Siena's ongoing response to COVID-19.

Siena College delivered The Education for a Lifetime this past spring with all classrooms, residence halls, dining areas and athletic facilities at normal capacity, and a full slate of in-person student clubs and sports. Our removal of most COVID-related protocols was achieved by having a fully vaccinated and boosted community.

 FAQs

 

Are masks currently required on the Siena campus? 

Masking is, of course, welcomed and encouraged for all fully vaccinated community members desiring additional COVID protection. For optimal defense, consider a filtering facepiece respirator, such as an N95 disposable mask designed for personal use, rather than a cloth mask. 

For summer research, all faculty have the authority to mandate masking in their classrooms and labs at their discretion.

The College is continually monitoring the track of the pandemic, and will coordinate with the Albany County Department of Health on any updates regarding masking and vaccination. 

Are summer camps being held on campus?

Siena is offering its regular slate of Summer Sports Camps. Registration details can be found here.

What health and safety protocols will be in place for the 2022-23 academic year? 

Siena’s coronavirus Ops Team will meet over the summer to plan its COVID-19 response for the upcoming academic year. Details will be shared with students, faculty and staff as soon as they are available.

Please review the Spring 2022 Marching Forward document for further information on how the College addressed community safety this past semester.

If you have any questions you can reach the Ops Center at ops@siena.edu or 518-782-5600.