Made your big decision?!

Submitted your deposit and reserved your spot in the Class of 2027?!

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.
Academic Community Engagement

An IMPACTful Experience

What are the best ways for students to build leadership skills through community engaged scholarship?
Biology, School of Science

The Intern Journal: DNA Investigations

The family tree on Kali Cucharale's '23 grandmother's side of the family didn't branch out beyond her grandmother. Kali assumed she was Italian, but because her grandmother was adopted – with little information – as an infant, the family was only guessing.
Academics, School of Science

Academic Center for Sustainability

Siena has established the Academic Center for Sustainability as part of its ongoing strategic efforts to promote environmental stewardship and sustainability both on campus and in the surrounding community.
Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

Saints Around the World: Theatre on the London Stage

A group of 15 Saints were players in the London theatre scene over spring break, and they took in a pair of productions from perhaps the most famous stage in the world.
Management, School of Business

A Marketing Home Run

The Buffalo Bisons are the AAA affiliate for the Toronto Blue Jays. Last year, their average attendance of 6,846 fans per home game ranked 10th best in the minor leagues. How could they improve on it? There are four Saints they should ask.
Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy

Every Student Has a Story: Steph Ramkissoon '23

Steph Ramkissoon '23 grew up in the Capital Region. Schenectady has been her hometown since her first memory, but it's the story that predates her first memory that provides her purpose.
Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy

Spring Break in Service

Four crews of Siena students in the Habitat for Humanity Club traded their laptops for hammers and nails during spring break service trips to South Carolina.
Biology, School of Science

A $300K Grant to Study Bacillus subtilis

A Siena biology professor has received a prestigious three-year grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that will support scholarship and result in more undergraduate research opportunities.