Siena College

Albany
Siena College

Siena College: CEFAM partner

Founded in 1937, this independent Franciscan college is located near Albany, in upstate New York. One of CEFAM’s dual degree partners outside of an urban centre, Siena provides a traditional college campus setting in a peaceful college town. However, its being near the New York State capital gives students quick access to both New York City and Boston. The community focus is incredibly welcoming and expands into an extraordinary alumni network that CEFAM students here become a part of and receive amazing benefits from

Siena College received their AACSB accreditation in 2006, with an honorable mention of the quality of their facilities, notably their real time trading room. 

Key Facts & Figures

1937 founded in
3174 Undergraduate Students
80 Clubs and Organizations
317 professors
Over 35,000 alumni
$12.000 – $20.000 Scholarship opportunities for CEFAM students

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Ranking

  • Ranked 13th in Regional Universities North by US News & World Report
  • Ranked 15th in Best Value Schools
  • Ranked 22nd “Best Liberal Arts College” by Money Magazine
  • Ranked 135th “National Liberal Arts Colleges”

Notable Alumni

William Joseph Kennedy (born January 16, 1928) is an Americanwriter and journalist who won the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for his novel Ironweed.

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