Center for International Programs, Albany Medical Program, School of Science

Saints Around the World: Belgium

If you're of the mind that museums are boring, perhaps you haven't been to the right museum?
communications, School of Liberal Arts

Congratulations, You're Hired!

Meaghan Kienzle '24 grew up in Guilderland watching news coverage on NewsChannel 13; now she's helping to create it.
Marketing, School of Business

Every Student Has a Story: Jordan Berry '27

Jordan Berry '27 is spending her entire summer on Bar Harbor, a resort town nestled into the shore of Mount Desert Island on the Maine coastline. Bar Harbor is an idyllic Northeast summer vacation spot, attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists each season – but Berry's not one of them.
communications, School of Liberal Arts

The Wide World of Sports

Students interested in sport management narrow their professional options if they focus only on the popular American games. To better explore the wide world of sports, 14 Saints took off for Europe.
Education, School of Liberal Arts

Regional Leader in All Things Education

Siena is now positioned to be the regional leader in birth - grade 12 teacher preparation at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
School of Science

Welcome to Siena Dean McCarthy

Siena will soon welcome a new dean of the School of Science: Anne McCarthy, Ph.D., will start at Siena on July 1. She succeeds John Cummings, Ph.D., professor of physics, who will resume teaching and research full time.


If you’re thinking about attending college in Upstate New York, social media is the best way (aside from visiting) to get familiar with the area and learn about what New York is known for besides New York City.

Upstate is unique in its own way—from the capital buildings to the Adirondack Mountains, it's honestly an awesome place to study, intern, and have the time of your life in college.

The House Next Door

Austin Sicko '23 could have commuted to Siena, but he preferred the experience of living on campus. That's why he moved about 100 yards from home.