I want to Get Involved On Campus...What Can I do?...
Check out the links listed below for many opportunities to get involved across campus!
Office of Campus Programs and Student Activities
The Siena College Student Senate serves as a liaison between faculty, administration, and students. It works to present and to interpret students’ attitudes, opinions, and rights to the teaching faculty and administration.
Student Events Board
The Student Events Board (SEB) is the primary student programming board of Siena College. It is devoted to providing quality entertainment to the Siena community. SEB sponsors traditional types of entertainment in the form of bands, comedians, and speakers, but also presents other non-traditional events designed for Siena such as coffeehouse acts, open mic nights, Winter Weekend, Siblings Weekend, Charity Week, big concerts, as well as SienaFest.
Commuter Life Council
The Commuter Life Council is responsible for promoting the needs of Siena’s commuter population, helping to foster relationships among the population, and creating the bonds between commuter students and the Siena campus community.
Clubs and Organizations
With over 60 active clubs on campus including academic-related organizations, service-based groups, cross-cultural clubs and intercollegiate club sports, opportunities for involvement and leadership are plentiful.
Office of Residential Life
Resident Assistant Position:
Residence Hall Council
RHA serves as a programming board, forum for addressing concerns in the residence halls, and many other issues pertaining to residential life at Siena.
First Year Experience
The First Year Experience Program is an initiative by the Office of Residential Life to provide students the opportunity to bond as a group through several trips offered every fall and spring semester.
First Year Leadership Institute
Students enrolled in the FLI program will begin to explore and actively participate in their own development as student leaders. Students will have the opportunity to develop new relationships with their classmates as well as many members of the Siena College professional staff, including their instructors (professional staff members in the Office of Residential Life) and guest lecturers from other campus departments.
Sophomore Year Experience
The Sophomore Year Experience Program is a series of programs and workshops specifically targeted to our sophomore students, who may be in need of experiences that will help them begin to focus their personal and professional goals for the remainder of their time at Siena and beyond.
Peer Advisors (PAs) are a new joint partnership between the Academic Support and Advising Office and the Office of Residential Life to provide academic support to students in the residence halls.
Hall Councils exist is each of Siena’s residential living communities as a means of allowing students to create additional opportunities for residents to come together and participate in activities.
Damietta Cross Cultural Center
Community Solidarity Advocates
Working closely with the staff of the Damietta Cross Cultural Center, the Community Solidarity Advocates are charged with educating the student body and increasing cross-cultural competency on campus.
Sr. Thea Bowman Center for Women
The student staff of the Sr. Thea Bowman Center for Women assist the office in program planning and educational efforts to promote issues including women’s issues, health and wellness, fair trade, violence prevention, and the promotion of peace.
Siena College ROTC Mohawk Battalion
Office of Academic Affairs
The Peer Advisors are students who serve as the point people for both resident and commuter students, and are responsible for responding to academic questions, concerns, and issues regarding academic advising. PAs run various programs during the semester including "How to Stay Organized", "What-If" and others.
Office of Admissions:
Pathfinders & Ambassadors
Office of the Chaplain
St. Mary of the Angels Chapel Choir
Franciscan Earth Corps
Franciscan Center for Service and Advocacy