In case you haven't heard, internships are the ultimate return on investment for the college student. So it made perfect sense to us to have someone on campus dedicated to internships—eating, breathing and sleeping internships. Meet Alicia Pepe.Read More
As the details of the Affordable Care Act are renegotiated in Congress, and as new technological and medical advances arrive every single day, nurses—and all medical professionals—need to be resilient, well-trained and highly adaptable. A bachelor’s in nursing can help with all of those things.Read More
Some say the most ideal seasons to visit colleges are the fall, winter or spring when campuses are abuzz with activity. And while it's certainly true that those times are best for seeing a college in full action, it doesn't mean a summer visit can't be useful.Read More
It's our job as admissions counselors to understand the thought process high school students go through during the whole college list creating process. So we get it; it's tough, exciting, tiring, exhilarating, and all the feels. Here are seven things we hear often that may sound familiar to you...Read More
You can never save too much money for college, right? This summer, carve out a little time to apply to some scholarships. There are hundreds out there, but we chose a select few that we think, as a prospective Siena student, you might find interesting. Just take note of their deadlines!
Not familiar with Albany? Get to know why the capital of New York State and its surrounding cities and towns make upstate a great place to study, work, live and hang out. As told through a bunch of numbers.Read More
Here at Siena, we like to stay busy between academic years, and 2017 is no different. We’ve got sports, academics, a new telescope(!), and a gym we’re overhauling. Take a look.Read More