Snyder Hall

Snyder Hall

Housing with double occupancy rooms and private baths

‚ÄčThe Snyder Residence Hall opened in August 2010, and is Siena's newest residence hall featuring 264 beds, Massry Commons dining facility, multiple social, study, and group lounges, fitness room, media room, and offices for the Sr. Thea Bowman Center for Women.

Snyder Hall
Snyder Hall
Snyder Hall Amenities:
  • 10 lounges in the residence hall (4 community lounges, 6 group study lounges)
  • Vending Machines available on the Garden Level (Soda, Candy, Coffee, Ice Cream, etc)
  • Laundry Room on the Garden Level
  • Fitness Room on the Garden Level
  • Media Room on the Garden Level
  • Computer Lab Area on the Garden Level
  • Mailroom for residents of the New Hall 
Snyder Hall Rooms
Snyder Hall Rooms
  • 1 Bed per student
  • 1 Desk per student
  • 1 Dresser per student
  • 1 Standing Wardrobe Closet per student
  • 1 Chair per student
  • Cable TV jack (Basic cable is included)
  • Ethernet connection for each student
  • Wireless Internet Access 
  • Private bathroom, shower, and sink in each room
Snyder Hall Residence Staff and Community

The Snyder Residence Hall is staffed by a live-in professional Residence Director who is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Snyder Residence Hall, including maintenance and facilities concerns, mediating conflicts between students, supervision of paraprofessional Resident Assistant staff, adjudicating violations of the Siena College student code of conduct, and many other responsibilities. The Residence Director of the Snyder Residence Hall is Ms. Melissa Potocki.

Each Residence Hall (except for the Townhouses) also houses a Friar-in-Residence. Franciscan Friars model Franciscan ideals, recognize the goodness and value of each person, and serve as a resource for students for any concerns they might have. The Friar-in-Residence for the Snyder Residence Hall is Fr. Dennis Tamburello.

Also working in the Snyder Residence Hall are 6 Resident Assistants, who are student-leaders living on each floor and wing of the residence hall who serve as peer mentors and role models for the residents of the building. RAs go through an in-depth training every August and January to provide them with the skills necessary to ensure all residents of the Snyder Residence Hall feel welcomed and safe in the residence hall.