Cushing Village

Cushing Village is one of the two townhouse communities. The townhouses are transitional style living units that houses primarily students in their fourth-year. 

Townhouse Staff
Area Coordinator: Rose O'Callaghan
Friar on Foot: Fr. Mark Reamer

Costs: $5,512.50/Semester; $11,025.00/Year

Cushing Village Specifics
  • Cushing Village Townhouses consist of 4- and 6- person single-sex units.
  • Each is a two-story building with a living room, kitchen, and half-bath on the first floor and two bedrooms and a full bathroom on the second floor.
  • All townhouse rooms come furnished and/or equipped with the following for each student in their individual room: bed, desk, chair, dresser, closet.
  • The common area comes furnished and/or equipped with a kitchen table and chairs, a sofa and chair, and wireless internet access.
  • In addition, the townhouse communities offer students a study area with computers and printer access,  laundry facilities and each house has a full kitchen. 
Hennepin Hall Specifics

Hennepin Hall is named after Fr. Louis Hennepin, a Catholic priest who left France in 1679 to explore North America. He was part of the exploration that first recorded seeing Niagara Falls and St. Anthony Falls (Minneapolis).

  • All Hennepin Hall rooms come furnished with the following for each student: bed, desk & chair, dresser, wardrobe or closet, and wireless access.
  • In addition, there are vending available in main lobby/entrance area, a laundry room on the 1st floor, the Franciscan Values Conference lounge,  1st floor computer lounge, lobby social lounge  (TV, pool table, couches), 3rd Floor  & 4th floor study lounges. 

Hines Hall

Hines Hall is currently home to approximately 225 first-year students. Hines hall has traditional doubles, triples and quad-style rooms throughout the building. 

Hines Hall Staff
Residence Director:Emiley Dionne
Friar in Residence: Fr. Sean O'Brien

Cost: $4,570.00/Semester; $9,140.00/Year

Hines Hall Specifics

Hines Hall is the original campus friary, and is named for Fr. Hugh Hines, who was the seventh president of Siena College from 1976 to 1989. Hines Hall also houses the Office of Public Safety, Department of Information Technology Services (ITS), faculty offices, and the Siena Research Institute.

  • All Hines Hall rooms come furnished with the following for each student: bed, desk & chair, dresser, wardrobe or closet, and wireless access.
  • In addition, there are 4 lounge areas, vending machines throughout the building, laundry room on the first floor, and two 24-hour computer labs.

MacClosky Square

MacClosky Square is one of the two townhouse communities. The townhouses are transitional style living units that houses primarily students in their fourth year. 

Townhouse Staff

Area Coordinator: Rose O'Callaghan

Friar on Foot: Fr. Mark Reamer

Costs: $5,970.00/Semester; $11,940/Year

MacClosky SQUARE SPECIFICS
  • MacClosky Swaure Townhouses consist of  6- person, single-sex units.
  • They are two-story buildings with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom on the first floor and 2-3 bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor.
  • All townhouse rooms come furnished and/or equipped with the following for each student in their individual room: bed, desk and chair, dresser, and a closet.
  • The common area comes furnished and/or equipped with a kitchen table and chairs, a sofa and chair, and wireless internet access.
  • In addition, the townhouse communities offer students a study area with computers and printer access,  laundry facilities and each house has a full kitchen. 

Padua Hall

Padua Hall currently houses approximately 280 students; primarily in third year. Padua Hall consists of triple occupancy rooms with a private bath.

Padua Hall Staff

Residence Director: Mark Martinez

Friar in Residence: Fr. Linh Hoang

Cost: $5,250.00/Semester; $10,500.00/Year

Padua HALL SPECIFICS

Padua is named after St. Anthony of Padua, a Franciscan Friar who joined the Catholic Church after giving up his inheritance and committing to a life of helping others. 

  • All Padua Hall rooms come furnished with the following for each student: a bed, desk & chair, a dresser, a wardrobe, a private bathroom, and wireless internet access.
  • In addition,  Padua Hall offers vending machines in the lobby, first floor full communal kitchen, laundry rooms on floors 2 & 4, seven lounge spaces, a computer lab and an exercise room.
Plassmann HALL SPECIFICS

Plassmann was named for Fr. Thomas Plassmann, one of the founding Friars of Siena College, the hall has long stood as a home away from home for many students.

  • All Plassmann Hall rooms come furnished with the following for each student: a bed, desk & chair, a dresser, a wardrobe or closet, and wireless access.
  • In addition, there is a first floor social lounge, vending machines available in the lobby, and a laundry room. 

Ryan Hall

Ryan Hall is a first year student residence hall housing approximately 300 students. The majority of rooms are double-occupancy with a few quad-style rooms.

Ryan Hall Staff

Residence Director: Andrea Dobo

Friar in Residence: Fr. Larry Anderson

Costs: $4,570/Semester; $9,140/Year

Ryan HALL SPECIFICS

Ryan Hall is named after Fr. Benvenute Ryan, OFM, who served as a Provincial Minister for the Holy Name Province from 1925-1931, just a few years prior to the establishment of Siena College (1937).

  • All Ryan Hall rooms come furnished with the following for each student: bed, desk & chair, dresser, wardrobe or closet, and wireless access.
  • In addition, the building offers a first floor social lounge space, vending machines, and a laundry room. 

Snyder Hall

The Snyder Residence Hall is Siena's newest residence hall featuring 264 beds in double style living with a private bath. 

Snyder Hall Staff

Area Coordinator: Rose O'Callaghan

Friar in Residence: Fr. Dennis Tamburello

Costs: $5,835.00/Semester; $11,670/Year

Snyder HALL SPECIFICS

Snyder Hall is named in honor of Jim Snyder, who founded and directed Siena College's Mentoring Program, a program that continues to provide one-on-one mentoring opportunities pairing inner city youth in the Capital Region with Siena College students.

  • All Snyder Hall rooms come furnished with the following for each student: bed, desk & chair, dresser, wardrobe, private bathroom, and wireless internet.
  • Also, the building offers 10 lounges, vending machines, a laundry room, a fitness room, a media room, a computer lab and mailroom.
  • In addition to being a residence hall, our Snyder Community is also home to the Massry Commons dining facility and the offices for the Sr. Thea Bowman Center for Women and the Center for Health Promotion.