Transferring to Siena: Meet Michael Wallace ‘15

There are a lot of solid reasons to transfer to Siena—especially because of our new Transfer Guarantee.

What that entails: Every admitted transfer student is guaranteed at least $28,000 in scholarships (you read that right!) toward the completion of their degree; a custom career experience; a personal Road to Graduation Coach to help you finish on time; and housing, if you want it.
Political Science, School of Liberal Arts

Register, Make a Plan, Vote

Two Siena students who have been registering new voters on campus were interviewed by Spectrum News in advance of the first presidential debate on September 29 between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
School of Liberal Arts, Academics

Every Student Has a Story: Alex Feuz '22

Alex Feuz '22 had big league dreams, but less than junior varsity talent. You don't need a fastball, though, to make it to the majors.

Saints, Meet OZZI

The number of food containers being thrown away was reaching pretty serious proportions. OZZI is here with the solution.
School of Liberal Arts, English

Rave Reviews, Believe the Hype

Given his extensive background in boxing, hip-hop and writing, Todd Snyder, Ph.D., was arguably the most qualified person on the planet to write about legendary boxing trainer Drew “Bundini” Brown.

Why This PwC Manager Recommends Siena’s Master’s in Accounting

Planning to become a CPA? It pays to research which M.S. in Accounting will best set you up for success. And if you’re already a CPA, but don’t yet have an MSA, going back to earn a master’s is one of the smartest decisions you can make to fortify your future.

So let’s get right to it: You’re here because you’re interested in Siena’s MSA program. To give you a graduate’s perspective, we talked to Terence Holden, a manager at PwC in Boston who earned his undergraduate accounting degree at Siena in 2012, then his MSA at Siena in 2013.

Siena College Ranks #16 on's 50 Best Business Degrees

Out of all the business schools across the country, how do you know which ones should be on your list if you’re interested in an undergrad business degree or a master’s program?

Decide on a location. Research alumni networks. Read about the faculty. And, of course, look to the rankings. just recently published its 2020-2021 school year rankings of “The 50 Best Business Degrees,” and Siena proudly claims the #16 spot.