School of Business Jubilee Contreras ’20

School of Business Lectures: Spring 2020

The Siena College School of Business hosted two alumni on campus during the spring semester: Chris Wallace '98 and Mary Humiston '87.


Do you tweet? Because Siena College is on Twitter (and so is @SienaAdmissions!) and what we love even more than dishing out content for prospective students is listening to what everyone else is tweeting about Siena.

It not only makes us happy to see, say, admitted students sharing their acceptance packages or what our various community members are up to, but it’s also helpful to know what high schoolers like you and current students—and everyone else—like and think about Siena.
Creative Arts

Hitting the High Notes

Samantha Fazio '22 has been singing her life, but she just recently graduated into the honors program.

A Scholarship in Br. Ed's Image

They both graduated from Bishop Timon-St. Jude High School in Buffalo, albeit a few decades apart. But the Franciscan tradition they each learned there had an impact on both Christian Watts ’22 and Br. Ed Coughlin, O.F.M., Ph.D., Siena’s 11th president.

Student Advocates Lobby for Change

Students of Siena's Higher Education Opportunity Program believe more students of need should have access to a college degree - they took their message to the Capitol.
School of Liberal Arts

White Men in Wigs to Sadistic High Heels

From gender socialization in STEM fields to the representational politics of film, Siena students and faculty covered a lot of ground at the 8th annual Capital District Feminist Studies Conference.