Love the idea of a four-year private college, but concerned about the cost?
A Siena education is an investment you can make, and we can help (more on that later). First, find out a few undeniable reasons why it’s one truly worth making.
We’re filled with facts and figures. But to really see what you get at Siena that you can’t find everywhere else, here are the most important ones to consider and what they mean:
You're paying for an education that prepares you for the real world, so you should have experienced professors—not T.A.s or grad students.
That means for every 11 students, there’s one professor. That’s small, which is big for individual attention and close relationships.
There's no better place to explore your options and customize your experience (and still graduate on time).
Why is this important? High retention = happy students.
Students who take an extra year to get their degree miss out on more than $125,000 in salary earnings and retirement savings.
Learn more about the value of a Siena degree at Experience Siena Day
Saturday, April 8
Siena was named one of the MONEY® 100 Best Colleges 2016-2017 Read the blog post
“I went on two service trips my freshman year to Nicaragua and Jamaica. They were both so life-changing. They eventually led me to the plans I have now for the future: The Peace Corps for two years after I graduate, then eventually work somewhere with child protection services either in the U.S. or internationally.”Samantha Urbino ‘18
“I used to believe it didn’t matter which college you chose, especially if it cost less. But I will tell you that Siena College is different; this degree matters. Young people come here and they excel. They learn to become better people.”Harry Salavantis
father of Megan ‘17
“Siena offers the idyllic college environment. Professors really want you to succeed and grow and there are endless opportunities for students. Every minute spent at Siena is spent with family.”Alex Vandeneynde ‘16
Siena’s tuition and fees are on average 18% less than our top private competitors, and have remained competitive for years.
There are a lot of opportunities to receive financial aid: Siena scholarships and grants, federal grant programs, New York State grant programs and federal student loan programs.
See what option works for you with our financial aid roadmap.
*SUNY grad rate comes from National Center for Education Statistics. The salary earnings comes from National Association of Colleges and Employers.