Siena College, founded in 1937, is a private liberal arts college located in Loudonville, New York. It enrolls over 3,200 undergraduates, housed in its suburban 174-acre campus. Students can involve themselves in a wide range of organizations, such as student-run academic, recreational, service-oriented and leadership building clubs. They can also take part in on-campus events such as Charity Week, SienaFest, open-mic nights and coffeehouse performances! The Saints compete in Division I sports, cheering on its extremely successful basketball team. Notable Siena graduates include Pulitzer-Prize for Fiction winner William J. Kennedy and award-winning journalist Ed Henry. The college, with its compact but diverse campus life & sense of community, offers multiple avenues for growth.