Hands down, the best way to know if you belong here is to visit. Sit by the fire pit on the Paddock. Attend a class. Take in the Million Dollar View from the Standish Library, and eat in a dining hall. High school students, families, guidance counselors—consider this an open invitation to take advantage of our many visit options, and then come again. We’d love to have you.
While we are excited to welcome you to campus, the health and safety of the Siena community and its visitors is our top priority. We ask that you please schedule an appointment using the links below before visiting campus. We are not able to accommodate walk-ins. We can't wait to meet you!
All-Access Admitted Student Visit
Is Siena the kind of college experience you're looking for? An All-Access Admitted Student Visit is a great way to find out. It includes a one-on-one, personalized tour experience, a Siena hooded sweatshirt, and you get to try out the dining hall food. Time slots are expected to fill up, so grab one asap!
*For admitted students only
Virtual Campus Tour
A Virtual Campus Tour includes a brief welcome, small group virtual tour, and Siena swag. We've got a few other surprises in store, too! Weekday, weekend and holiday dates are available.
Majors Video Chat
Monday, November 30 7:00-8:00 p.m. EST
At Siena, we believe an education isn't just something you get, it's something you get to do. Learn how our academic programs will help you to lead a life of meaning and success.
Virtual College Planning Sessions and Interviews
Nothing can replace a good conversation - it's the best way for us to really get to know you. That's what both of these options have in common: they're all about YOU!
In a College Planning Session, we'll map out a game plan for your college search together. It doesn't matter where you are in your process. Our goal is to relieve stress, help you feel prepared for what's next and enjoy the ride.
A personal interview is your opportunity to show us what you're made of and to ask us the questions that matter to you. We understand that you're so much more than test scores and grades. It's a dialogue that can make a difference.