English, School of Liberal Arts, Academics

Bite-Sized Morsels of Fiction

The new teaching assistant professor of English brought in T.R. Darling via Skype to talk to the class about his work in the fast-growing genre.
Physics & Astronomy, School of Science, Academics

Riding the Galactic Superhighway

Siena students gazed at stars from the most spectacular stargazing spot in the Northern Hemisphere
School of Business, Alumni ADRIANA DIPIETRO ’19

School of Business Lecture: Moises Rivera ’09

Senior Sales Manager for Olympic Forest Products Company, Rivera returned to his alma mater to share his life story. In his presentation, titled “Who Am I?” Rivera retold both the amazing memories and the immense hardships he faced while growing up that made him who he is today.

15 places you can walk to from Siena

Two things we want you to know on this topic: 1) The value of having shops, eateries, and convenience stores within walking distance of your dorm cannot be underestimated. Even if you have access to public transportation or a car, being able to get places by foot too can seriously make campus life easier and so much more fun. (Also, the exercise = two thumbs up.)

Flying West to the East

Jessica Dupont ’22 has long been fascinated with Japan and its culture. Now, thanks to a new travel fellowship offered by Siena, she will be making her dream trip to the Land of the Rising Sun.


Among the many reasons why I feel honored to be a part of the Siena College community is the opportunity to participate in time-honored campus traditions with our incredible students. Every school has its traditions. Some involve just the students, some involve just the faculty. What I love about Siena is that many of ours involve both.
Jordan Dunn '21

2019 Siena Awards for Excellence

At the halftime of each home basketball game, a person or group from within the Siena community is honored with the Siena College Award for Excellence. This award recognizes its honorees for achievements and service.

Why Not To Follow Your Parents to Siena

We love when families carry on the Siena tradition. But if you’re in the boat of not really wanting to be a legacy student, well, what can we say, we totally get it.
Kayla Allbright '20

One Billion Rising 2019

On Wednesday, February 13th, Saints gathered in the Sarazen Student Union to stand in solidarity for justice for women facing exploitation and abuse. This year marks Siena’s 7th year supporting the One Billion Rising Campaign.

Get to Know The Capital Region With One Of These Local Tours

When you head off to college, you’ll obviously be spending most of your time on campus. But if you’re looking at schools that are situated somewhere that makes venturing off campus easy and exciting, it’s a smart idea to devote at least a few hours to exploring the neighboring towns.