Academics, Student Life

Siena, Clarkson Health Studies Program Agreement

Siena College and Clarkson University have finalized an agreement that will allow Siena’s health studies graduates to be automatically admitted to Clarkson’s healthcare management MBA program.

10 Reasons to Live on Campus at Siena (#6 is Not a Lie!)

At some point in your journey to Siena, you’ll have a choice to make: live here or elsewhere? ‭First things first. Every student, regardless of where he or she lives, will always feel welcome, safe, respected and at home on our campus. It’s the Siena way.
Academics, Siena in the News, Student Life

Saint Named National Collegian of the Year

For his involvement with a huge range of activities at Siena, Travis Brodbeck ’17 G’18 has been named National Collegian of the Year by the business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi.
Campus Events

Luis Alberto Urrea: 2018 MLK Lecture

Pulitzer Prize finalist and prolific author Luis Alberto Urrea will give Siena’s annual King Lecture on Thursday, March 15.

High School Sophomores! Plan Your Junior Year With This Advice in mind

Got a meeting with your school counselor to plan out junior year? We asked Katie Szalda, Siena's Director of Admissions, to share her best advice for high school sophomores who are in the process of choosing classes and weighing their extracurricular options for the year ahead. Take note...
Academics, Research/Grant Activity, School of Science

Science in Action

During the week of January 8th through January 12th, Saints from science fields explored what it was like to put their knowledge to action.
Academics, Campus Events, Student Life

One Billion Rising

On Wednesday, February 14th, 2018, members of the Siena community gathered in the Sarazen Student Union to participate in solidarity against the exploitation of women, a topic that has been the focus of the international movement One Billion Rising, started on Valentine’s Day, 2012.
Academics, Alumni, Campus Events, School of Business, Marketing, Center for International Programs

Nicholas Kondoprias ’89 – From Albany to Athens

In the midst of a remarkable global career, Nicholas Kondoprias ’89 found himself back at his alma mater for an installment of the spring 2018 School of Business Lecture Series.

5 Places to Go on a Date in the Capital Region

As much as your parents probably wish you'd only focus on academia during college, let's face it, you may just find your soulmate too. (Ever hear of Paolo and Paulina?) That said, should you become a Siena College student in the coming years, you should know that there are some pretty great spots around the 518 to go on a first date. In honor of Valentine's Day, we rounded up a few of our favorites. 
Academics, Campus Events

Becca Stevens: Ours to Do

Brought to campus by the Sr. Thea Bowman Center for Women and other campus groups, Stevens met with about 20 students in the College’s Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship before heading over to the SSU to speak to a full house.