Design Your Own Day

An in-depth, highly personalized Siena experience, DYODs put you in control of the visit. Simply choose what you want to do during your day on campus and we’ll put together a customized schedule.

DYODs are also a great time to meet with an admissions counselor and/or financial aid one-on-one.

DYODs are for admitted students only

Accepted Student Tours

The tour is highly personalized to your interests and any questions you may have. They last 45 minutes to an hour. In addition to the tour, you will have the option to take a class, have coffee with a student and so much more.

It is also a great time to meet with an admissions and/or financial aid counselor one-on-one.

For Accepted students only

Campus Tours

First visit to Siena? Have a few questions? A tour is the perfect visit option! A brief, yet incredibly informative introduction to Siena, this visit includes a campus tour led by a student ambassador and a casual conversation with an admissions counselor. Available Monday - Friday, as well as some weekends. 



Nothing can replace a good conversation - it's the best way for us to really get to know you. We understand that you are much more than test scores and grades. A personal interview is your opportunity to show us what you're made of and to ask us the questions that matter to you. It's a dialogue that can make a difference.

Want to take a tour, too? Perfect. We'll keep your interview at an hour or less so that you can schedule one  before or after your interview. Interviews are available Monday through Friday.

Parent-To-Parent Video Chat

Sunday, March 3

These parents were in your shoes not long ago and are ready to share their experiences. Topics will include the college decision process, why their family chose Siena, and what their Saint plans to do next.

Ask a question or just listen in, but don't forget to join us online.

Special Group Visits

Siena welcomes visitors from high schools, college access programs and community-based organizations to visit campus as a group. These visits begin with an information session hosted by an admissions counselor, followed by a tour of campus.