Admissions

Quiz: What Type of Colleges Should I Consider?

What kind of college would you enjoy, based on your personality, interests, and goals? Take our quick quiz to find out, so you can start planning visits and constructing your list. 
Campus Events, Modern Languages & Classics, School of Liberal Arts

Food and Filmmaking

The Basque Country of Spain and its culinary delights will be explored at a documentary screening and food tasting on February 15.
Alumni, Campus Events, School of Business

J. David Brown: Find Your ‘Why’

J. David Brown, president and CEO of the capital region YMCA and former member of the Siena College Board of Trustees, visited Siena as part of the ongoing spring semester School of Business Lecture Series. Brown, a humorous, conversational, and charismatic speaker challenged students with his lecture by asking them about their ‘why.’

7 INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS TO FOLLOW THAT ARE SO UPSTATE NEW YORK

If you’re thinking about attending college in Upstate New York, social media is a great way 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.
Academics, Student Life, Success Story, History, School of Liberal Arts

Franciscan Mission, Tradition.Transformed

During the winter break, Siena students kicked off the New Year with a captivating experience in Italy as members of Fr. Mark Reamer’s Franciscan Mission, Tradition Transformed class.
Campus Events

CNN Hero of the Year to Visit Siena

Social entrepreneur, Episcopal priest and a CNN Hero of the Year for 2016, Becca Stevens will speak at Siena about human trafficking, rehabilitation and Thistle Farms, the Nashville-based business she founded to give a home and work to survivors of trafficking, abuse and addiction.
Alumni, Political Science

Chris Gibson ’86: “Rally Point” Book Discussion

Former Congressman and military leader Chris Gibson ’86 came to the new Hearst Media Center in Loudonville on Wednesday to discuss his new book with Times Union editor Rex Smith.
Admissions

How to Apply for College: A Checklist

Applying for college is so exciting—and, at times, so overwhelming. Where to start? How to start? When to start? We’ve got you covered with this Applying To College Checklist. Here's what to do and when to do it.
Alumni, Campus Events

2018 Senior Gift Kickoff Party

With attendance drastically increasing the past two years (235 in 2017 and 200 in 2018), the event has been relocated to Massry Commons in Snyder Hall from its previous location in Casey’s. Massry Commons, Siena’s secondary dining hall near the townhouses, was transformed into a flowing cocktail party complete with a professional photographer, music, and raffle prizes.
Academics, Siena in the News, Student Life

Siena College Names New Chief of Staff

An attorney with legal experience at nearly every Capital Region college has been named chief of staff at Siena College.