student life

Any student who would like assistance in coping with the death of their fellow Saint is encouraged to access support:

  • The College Counseling Center can be reached during regular weekday business hours from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday at 518-783-2342, or after hours at 518-783-2999.
  • The Chaplain's Office can be reached at 518-783-2331.
  • The Office of Health Promotion can be reached at 518-782-6209. Students can stop by SSU 320 informally and set up a wellness visit.
  • After hours and on weekends, there are administrators and counselors on-call who can be reached by contacting Public Safety at 518-783-2999

Career Corner

Click here for some career-related advice for parents of college students from Michael Collins - Career And Internship Office Coordinator and Parent Liaison.  

Michael is an employee at the Career and Internship Center and a parent to three recently graduated college students. 


Women's basketball is in need of 5-7 guys that will assist our team during practices in drills and as our scout team. Must be NCAA certified and pass a health physical – must also be in good academic standing. Practice slots are M-F 12-3pm and varies on weekends.

If you are interested in either position, please contact Assistant Coach Jayla Scaife at


“Issues in Health Care Law for the 21st Century: A Panel Discussion of Legal Health Experts”

Tuesday, November 9, 5-6:30 PM

Sarazen Student Union

Panelists include: Monice Barbero, Chief Administrative & General Counsel, MVP Health Care; Neil Murray, Private Practice — Health Law O’Connell & Arnowitz; Robert Swidler, Vice President for Legal Services, St. Peter’s Health Partners; Marissa Hochberg ’20, Albany Law School, Health Law Clinic

Student Activities

Saints are welcome to join the class of 2024 for a Casino Night! They will enjoy a night full of great food, mocktails, music, and memories as we play casino games. RSVP is required, here. 

Sr. Thea Bowman Center for Women and Siena's Public Safety are hosting a Women's Self-Defense class on Wednesday, October 27th at 6 PM in the 2nd floor MAC Aerobics room. Interested Saints should wear comfortable clothes, and registration is not required.


The Office of Accessibility has clear masks for those who lip read available. Please have Saints email Lindsay Green, to schedule a time to pick them up. They must include how many is needed in their message.

We want to make sure students, staff and faculty who rely on lip reading have the necessary PPE to succeed.