15 Tips For Making The Most Of Campus Visits

Spring is prime time for college campus visits, which as you probably already know, we're a huge believer in when it comes to deciding where you'll be the happiest. Got your list of tour dates all set? Here's a list of our 15 best tips for getting the most out of each stop. 


One thing you should know about Siena’s academic offerings? We are constantly adding new majors to reflect the current workforce and what we know employers are looking for.

Enter… The BS in Business Analytics program.

Why Walk When You Can Ride?

Golf carts typically sit idle at golf courses throughout winter. This year, a fleet of carts is getting out-of-season action, making it easier for accepted students to get a quicker look at campus.
Internships, Career and Internship Center

The Intern Journal: McCully Land Surveying

When Mike McCully's '22 dad moved his company, McCully Land Surveying, out of their house and into its new commercial headquarters, Mike got stuck lugging the heaviest filing cabinets. He also made several coffee runs. It wasn't a son doing his dad a favor, it was an intern fulfilling miscellaneous internship responsibilities.
Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

Music Ministry at the Cathedral

The artistic director of Siena’s Clare Ensemble Singers – and the College’s associate dean of liberal arts – is adding a new role to his repertoire.
Center for International Programs

Saints Around the World: Athens, Greece

Inspired by the books, Matty chose to study abroad this spring in Athens, a bucket list dream since reading the novels in high school.
Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

From the Stage to the Big Screen

A Siena production of Shakespeare’s timeless romantic tragedy that was temporarily derailed by the pandemic will finally debut on campus, via a full-length film produced by the crew. “Romeo and Juliet” will be screened on Saturday, March 5 at 7PM in RB202.
Center for International Programs, School of Business

Every Student Has a Story: Stacy Boucher '22

Réunion is a region of France that is nowhere near France. On a map, the island appears as a tiny dot east of Madagascar, if it's even on the map at all. Most people from Réunion never leave their dot, but Stacy Boucher '22 has a whole world to explore.

Free Food for Anyone

It’s a simple, easily accessible solution to hunger: set up fridges in underserved communities and stock them with nutritious dishes so those in need can pick up a ready-to-eat meal, produce or dairy products. No application, no paperwork, no questions.