The School of Science is home to exceptional facilities for teaching and research housing numerous computer and research laboratories.  Numerous programs are housed in the School of Science to allow students to go beyond their textbooks and actively participate in the scientific endeavor. No matter what your interest, the School of Science has something to offer from Biology and Chemistry to Computer Science and Physics to Nursing and Health Profession programs of study. Check out the unique opportunities available in the School of Science from our centers and programs to discover what pursuing a science education at Siena has to offer!

GIS Resource Center

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for education and research in the Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences

Health Professions

Combining multidisciplinary knowledge, experience and an extensive academic network, Siena’s health professions advisor helps connect students to professional schools in Dentistry, Medicine, Optometry, Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Physician’s Assistant, Medicine, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Podiatry and Veterinary Medicine.

High Performance Computing

The High Performance Computing Center (HPCC) is a cutting edge research and educational tool that makes Siena College a leader in computational capability among small liberal arts colleges.

The Siena College Institute for Artificial Intelligence

Research in the field of Artificial Intelligence consistently calls for a team effort among a wide variety of disciplines.

SAInt Center

The Stewart’s Advanced Instrumentation and Technology (SAInT) Center is a multidisciplinary instrumentation suite focused on teaching and research across the departments of the School of Science and is open to users from Siena College and the community.

Urban Scholars

The Siena College Urban Scholars Program is a Program for any student that attends an Elementary, or Middle School in the Albany City School District.

The Breyo Observatory

Siena students and faculty can study the heavens in the College’s Breyo Observatory, which boasts the largest telescope in New York’s Capital Region.