Admissions

WANT TO BE AN ENGINEER? STUDY AT SIENA

If you think your future is in engineering, ask yourself this: what kind of engineer do you want to be? We don’t mean mechanical, or chemical, or anything like that—you’ll figure that out in time.

We mean: do you want to be an engineer who follows the rules that have already been established? Or, do you want to understand the whys, the hows, the fundamental truths, so that you can ask questions and uncover new solutions?
Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

2019 Maddalone Wall of Success Induction

The Maddalone Wall provides a highly visible platform to honor Siena graduates who have launched their own successful businesses, and to inspire current students who have entrepreneurial plans, according to Michael J. Hickey ’83, executive director of the Stack Center. Inductees have a plaque with their business’s logo featured on the wall.
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Five best things about fall in upstate New York

Ask any student in the Northeast what it’s like to live and go to school here in upstate New York, and chances are good they’ll reference one of the four seasons. And that’s because we get ‘em all, and we love ‘em all. (Yes, even the winters.)

If we haaad to pick a favorite though, it’s really hard to beat the fall.
Admissions

What To Do If A College You Love Doesn't Have Your Major

Does this sound familiar? You're loving everything you're reading about a certain school: the location, the campus, the real-world learning opportunities, the student life and then, ugh, they don't offer wizardry as a major?!

Siena Community Memorializes Br. Ed Coughlin

More than a thousand members of the Siena community, along with area dignitaries, gathered in the ARC Tuesday afternoon for a memorial Mass honoring Siena's late president.
Academics, Siena in the News

US News & World Report Releases 2020 College Rankings

Siena College is in a new category this year on the U.S. News & World Report annual ranking of Best Colleges: tied for 16th on a list of 170 regional universities in the northern U.S.