At Siena, we take student life seriously, and that includes some serious fun. That’s because we know that a lot of important learning happens outside the classroom. We work hard to put services and events in place to ensure that life at Siena reflects, inspires and supports all of our students.
“During my college search, Siena helped me understand what my major, classes, professors, and classmates would be like. It made me very comfortable,” says Remy. “Other schools I visited didn’t do that."
We are a student-run program that serves the girls in the Capital District. Our program has expanded recently and is currently at three schools: North Albany Academy, William S. Hackett Middle School and P.S. 2 in Troy. Through partnerships with the Siena College Academic Community Engagement Office, the Girl Scout Council of Northeastern New York and the schools previously mentioned, leaders work to be mentors for the girls while providing fun and exciting activities for the girls that spark their imagination and creativity.