Management, School of Business

Under Construction, Nobel Hall is a Classroom

There are a lot of details and moving parts involved when you’re managing a project. A Siena business class is helping students get an overview of everything that needs to be done, whether you’re planning a gala or constructing a new building.


Made your big decision?!

Submitted your deposit and reserved your spot in the Class of 2028?!

Where did you pick?!

WAIT! Don’t let this moment regarding your huge announcement pass you by without a little fun and creativity. Here are creative ways you can show the world where you’re off to for college and make it the big deal that it is.
School of Science

Siena to Receive $1 Million in Federal Funding

After weeks of delay, the federal fiscal year 2024 spending bill has passed, and with it came the confirmation that Siena will receive $1 million in Congressionally Directed Spending, thanks to Sen. Chuck Schumer and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Internships, Career and Internship Center

The Intern Journal: New York State Museum

The RMS Olympic was the largest ocean liner in the world from 1910-1913, except for a brief period in 1912 when her slightly larger sister ship, the Titanic, was afloat. The Olympic, nicknamed "Old Reliable," was in service for 24 years before she was sold for scrapping in 1935. What happened to her parts? Derek Smith '24 has a piece of the Olympic in his room.
Center for International Programs, Psychology

Saints Around the World: Stockholm, Sweden

Sweden's minister for foreign affairs was brutally murdered at a shopping mall in Stockholm. Jacee Leight '25 is on the hunt for the killer.
Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

What's the Big Idea?

This spring's Spark Tank competition was the largest in College history.
Service/Advocacy, Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy

Every Student Has a Story: Ayo Ayorinde '25

The family rules are simple. You cheer when the New England Patriots score; you sit in silence when things aren't going well. Sure, it's only a game of football, but to the Ayorinde family, the Pats are their kindred spirit.
Service/Advocacy, Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy, health studies

Saints Make a Habit Out of Habitat

More than 50 Saints went south for spring break to work on their tans – while they were building houses with Habitat for Humanity.

Exploring the Impact of Eviction

What happens to people when they are evicted from their homes? How does the eviction process work, and how does it impact families, communities and the overall social fabric?