FAVORITE TWEETS ABOUT SIENA

Do you tweet? Because Siena College is on Twitter (and so is @SienaAdmissions!) and what we love even more than dishing out content for prospective students is listening to what everyone else is tweeting about Siena.

It not only makes us happy to see, say, admitted students sharing their acceptance packages or what our various community members are up to, but it’s also helpful to know what high schoolers like you and current students—and everyone else—like and think about Siena.
Creative Arts, Academics

A Siena First from the Stage

For the first time ever, Siena theater students made it to the semi-final round of an acting scholarship competition sponsored by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF).
Political Science, Academics

A Classroom Approach to Saving the Planet

Her students wanted to inspire change and create public awareness about intensifying environmental change - so she invented a new course.
School of Business, MBA

THE SIENA MBA EARNS UN DESIGNATION

For its commitment to educating future business leaders about sustainability, innovation and ethical business practices, Siena’s MBA program is now listed as a signatory with the United Nations’ Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).
Admissions

Three Reasons to Revisit Campuses as An Accepted Student

Got a few acceptance packages over the past few weeks? Congratulations! Now that you've received the decisions you were hoping for, the best part of the college application process can really begin—and that's revisiting campuses.
Before you think, "Nah, don't have to," hear us out.
Admissions

REGISTER NOW FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NIGHT!

In case you haven’t heard, the Siena MBA is one powerful degree—and we offer options for both working professionals and high school students.

Speaking of the former here though, if you know a young working professional in the Capital Region or soon-to-be one, pass along this event information!
Political Science

Working the 2020 Campaign Trail

Twenty Siena political science students spent a week in an unseasonably warm New Hampshire getting a taste of grassroots campaigning in advance of the Granite State’s upcoming presidential primary.