Siena College Review

Siena College is a public liberal arts college situated in Loudonville, New York. It was founded in 1937 and is connected with the Roman Catholic Church. At the moment, it has some 3,300 undergraduate students and provide 27 majors and 37 minors.
The college is a campus using 174 acres at the northern side of Loudonville. It consists of Siena Hall, Roger Bacon Hall, J. Spencer and Patricia Standish Library, Morrell Science Center, Kiernan Hall, Marcelle Athletic Complex, Foy Hall, Sarazen Student Union, Student Affairs office, campus radio station, student government offices, O’Leary’s Pub, the Pepsi Cafe, Pandini’s, and the Sub Connection.
The college is the 3rd in the United States to be identified as ‘Fair Trade’ status, which identifies the school’s ecological durability and awards fair pay and working circumstances to farmers and producers of products. Siena College takes part in NCAA Division I-AAA athletics and the school symbolic figure is Bernie the Saint Bernard.