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.
Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy, Service/Advocacy Jordan Dunn '21

Saints Stand With: Jamaica

During the final week of Winter break, fifteen Siena Saints partnered with the Franciscan Center For Advocacy and Service and set off to immerse themselves in island life. While on their week-long trip to Jamaica, the group spent days maximizing time to its fullest potential.
Student Life

Siena Saint Celebrates World Youth Day

Traveling to World Youth Day may sound like a once in a lifetime experience, but for Daniela Diaz ’22, this was her second time at the famous event.
Center for International Programs Adriana Dipietro ’19 and Ta'Shay Gordon '19

Siena Saints Awarded Gilman Scholarships

Diamond Moorehead ’20 and Leslie Rodriguez ’21 have been selected to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships for study abroad for the spring 2019 semester.

19 reasons to attend Siena’s 2019 Accepted Students Day

If you received an acceptance packet from Siena, don’t miss Accepted Students Day on either Sunday, February 17 or Monday, February 18 (or you can choose stay overnight). Here are 19 reasons to reserve your spot.
School of Science, Physics & Astronomy


In the summer of 2020, NASA will launch the next mission to Mars. The primary goal? Determine if life ever arose on the Red Planet. Find out how one Siena professor is taking a hands-on role.

Why Should Business Students Care About AACSB Accreditation?

When you’re researching colleges, you’re bound to come across a lot of acronyms, ratings, percentages and accreditations at nearly every school. But if you’re interested in studying business—or a related field, like finance or economics, there’s one accreditation in particular that not every school has, but you—and your parents—definitely want to see.
Academics, Grants and Sponsored Research, Baldwin Nursing Program

Siena Nursing Awarded Two Grants

Two new grants for Siena College nursing will be used to fund equipment upgrades for the growing program.