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.
I declared Sociology because the content learned from textbooks can be related to everyday life. Sociology pushes you out of your comfort zone to address social issues and analyze the systems working behind inequality.
Students involved in the Writing Partnership empower the refugee youth of the Albany community through high energy weekly sessions centered around developing their English writing, reading and speaking skills.