Center for International Programs, Biology, School of Science

Saints Around the World: Turks and Caicos

Eve Butler '25 spent time in the Bahamas last summer on vacation with her family. She spent her days snorkeling and enjoying, well, absolutely everything. She enjoyed it so much, in fact, she turned paradise into her classroom.

Every Student Has a Story: Dante Angelini '23

Dante Angelini '23 had one message for his fellow graduating seniors at Holyoke High School in Massachusetts. He stepped up to the podium (below, left), grabbed the microphone, and told the Class of 2019 to "reach for the stars." Those words have taken him further than he could have imagined.
Biology, School of Science

Introducing the Leica DM2000

Biology students at Siena now have a pair of new compound fluorescence light microscopes to use both in class and independent research based lab activities.

Saints Leading the Way

One of the pillars of Siena’s new strategic plan “Leading the Way” is to develop skills for Siena students to do just that: lead.
Creative Arts, School of Liberal Arts

Kennedy Center Award of Excellence

A Siena student is headed to a national theater competition at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts following her lighting and sound design win at regionals. Her award was just one standout in a banner year for Siena creative arts students.
Admissions, Baldwin Nursing Program


Have a feeling you were born to be a nurse? Speed up the process while getting a phenomenal education at Siena.

Through our partnerships with Ellis Medicine’s Belanger School of Nursing and Maria College’s Nursing Department, you can earn two degrees—an associate’s and bachelor’s in nursing—in four years.
Marketing, School of Business

Saints Around the World: Sydney, Australia

Michaela Green '23 was about to board a 17 and a half hour flight to travel halfway around the world by herself. Her anxiety was off the charts, until she met someone at LAX.

Basketball Family in Mourning

Honorary Siena basketball member Evan Franz would break the team huddle by leading the chant, "1-2-3, Family!" On January 23, the Siena family lost Evan following a courageous battle with brain cancer.