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You can view your Academic Advisor after you receive your class schedule. You will meet your Academic Advisor on the Friday of your first week of classes.
Listing of our Academic Departments
By completing the Academic Interest Form, you have provided us with information about yourself, your interests, and the courses that interest you the most. We use that information to create your balanced and individualized Fall schedule.
Students requesting accommodations must provide current comprehensive documentation of their disability from a qualified practitioner.
A complete listing of Administrative Offices
Tips & tricks for prospective Saints
See what is happening with our Alumni Events
Report to Public Safety your concerns
Are you looking for college credit for CLEP exam, AP exams, or college classes taken during high school
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Our information system that delivers a full range of functions from strategic management to records processing.
An online portal you will use for things, such as housing, accepting your financial aid, accessing your class schedule, and grades
The most commonly requested benefit information and forms online
Monday – Thursday: 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM, Friday: 7:30 AM-2:00 PM, Saturday: 11:00 AM-4:00 PM, Sunday: 2:00 PM-8:00 PM
Access to billing information
Purchase books, apparel, supplies and more.
Order your Siena business cards
Important academic dates including holidays, registration, deadlines, and more.
CareerSaint is an online system that provides information about open job, internship, and work study positions. You can apply for positions online by submitting/uploading all required information.
Monday - Friday: 10:30 AM - 12:00 AM Saturday & Sunday: 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM Casey’s Coffee Shoppe Sunday - Saturday: 7:30 AM -10:00 PM
If you are certain that you wish to change your major, you will need to submit a Change of Major request
An itemized list for incoming students
Commencement Ceremony - Sunday, May 13, 2018
14 liberal arts courses that are required
Need a counselor at Siena? Medication assistance?
Upload your Syllabus to the Course Syllabi Site
Submit posts to the Daily Digest System for campus-wide messaging
I want to declare a minor; how do I do that?
Ready to join us, make it official!
A new concept in educational software
Siena Fresh, meal plans, hours of operation, and our seven dining venues.
search for Siena employees
looking for a student
Siena Gmail access
Setting up your email account
Our current job listing
Scheduling system for campus rooms
Find out what is happening
So many fields of study leading to so many exciting careers.
Summarizes the important current and historical data about the organization and operation of Siena.
Come reunite with your student
Things you want to know about Siena
How to apply for financial aid
To contact Financial Aid
The Seminar is a 2-semester writing-intensive course that is required of all first-year students.
Monday - Friday: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Register student guests
Siena College has selected the Capital District Physicians’ Health Plan (CDPHP) to provide the student plan for this year.
All Siena Student must submit health paperwork by the appropriate dates
The deadline for submission for new students entering in the Fall semester is June 30th
● The Honors Program expands opportunities to enhance writing and communication skills through the process of gathering, synthesizing, and analyzing evidence.
Sign up for intramural sports and activities
ITS instruction and assistance with common tasks performed by students, faculty, and staff
Monitor Washers & Dryers
Need help with your research?
A 24/7 live video of Siena’s campus.
Monday – Sunday: 7:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Siena Community Mail
Come visit us!
Come visit our Chapel for mass
Monday - Thursday: 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Keep up to date about the events and activities on our campus
Thursday, August 29th is the official move-in day for freshmen. You will be given a specific time to arrive on campus in a mailing that is sent in mid-August.
Until your devices are registered, network access is limited
You will receive a welcome letter from Dr. Tamara Durant in early May. The letter instructs you to complete a number of academic tasks.
What's happening at Siena
All about college in the Capital Region
4-year residency requirement
Rate your teacher
We can't wait to welcome our new class
Parking Rules and Regulations
Reset your password or change your security questions
Request a photographer at your upcoming event
Your address, mailbox key, where you get mail...
Majors, Minors, Concentrations, Certificates
Learn about our student-run newspaper
Siena's survey tool
Have questions? Want more information about Siena?
We can't wait to have the classes ending in 4's and 9's back at Siena June 7-9, 2019!
The Saint Card is the official ID of Siena College and should be carried on you at all times.
Standish Library online catalog
Clubs and Organizations
Questions about your fall schedule
A searchable list of Siena Scholarships
Maintain your teaching, research, service, experience, development, credentials, and assessment records
The Siena Alert System (SAS) enables college officials to send urgent alerts to cell phones, e-mail accounts, pagers, and web pages.
Siena logos, icons, PowerPoint templates, style guides, print shop templates... Drive (P:) then open the Communications folder
Order your Siena name tag
Sunday – Thursday : 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Taking a class off campus? We need to know
Requests for routine campus work or repairs
Make a gift to Siena today!
Learn how Siena is working to promote and coordinate sustainable practices on campus
How to request a transcript
Transcripts should be sent by August 1st to ensure that your fall schedule is adjusted to reflect the credits you’ve earned.
Tutoring services are available to all students currently registered at Siena College.
The best way to experience Siena College is to visit and see it for yourself.
Faculty & Staff register guests on campus
Access your remote desktops and published applications for on-the-go access from any location
Work study is a form of financial aid that gives college students the opportunity to work part-time on campus.
If you have a writing-related need, the Writing Center can help.
Siena College Radio
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