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Siena College The Facts


Enrollment: Approximately 3,000 undergraduates: 57% women, 43% men. Student-Faculty Ratio: 14:1 Class sizes: range from 15-35 (average 21)


Location: Suburban, 174-acre campus two miles north of Albany, less than three hours from New York City and Boston.


Majors B.A.: American Studies, Classics, Creative Arts, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, French, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Work, Sociology and Spanish


B.S.: Biochemistry, Biology, Biology/Medical, Chemistry, Computational Science, Computer Science, Economics, Finance, Marketing & Management, and Physics


B.B.A: Accounting


Computers All Siena students have free Internet and e-mail access; students have 24-hour access to campus- wide computer system; Siena maintains specialized computer labs for Arts, Science, and Business students. Student-Computer Ratio: 12:1.


Student Life 80 percent of students live on campus in residence halls, suites or townhouses. More than 60 organiza- tions, featuring intramural and club sports, volunteer activities, campus ministry, student government, academic and professional clubs and 88.3 FM-WVCR.


Marcelle Athletic Complex (“The MAC”) features exercise equipment, swimming pool, racquet and squash courts, aerobics, an elevated, banked running track and basketball courts.


18 NCAA Division I sports (7 for men, 11 for women); 20 intramural and club activities.


Costs $36,270 (tuition, roomand board and fees in 2009-10. Approximately 86%of students receive financial aid.)


2011 SIENA COLLEGE WATER POLO


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