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Siena College

English Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 6/5
Student Surveys
(in English)
11
Males: 1, Females: 10
Average Yrs. Completed: 3.1
 

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:4.1 High
Actual difficulty:3.4 Medium
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect


English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

English:

I started here at Siena college this past fall. Initially i saw it as a small, comfortable, friendly place to live. Each visit I went on was better ...
Siena is NOT the college experience AT ALL!
I hated every minute I spent at Siena -- I knew I could have bene happier and done better at another school, but my sad parents were Catholic fanatics...
I am a psych major because Siena has decent psych courses while most other majors have limited course offerings. I doubt I'll go any farther in psych...
If you are interested in pursuing a degree in English, Siena is an excellent school to do it at. The English faculty are wonderful and the classes ar...
Siena College faculty and students taught me how to study and relate well to others and how to be a caring, responsible member of society. I was a co...
Siena is truly an amazing school and I could not see myself being anywhere else. Campus is beautiful, classes are challenging, and students are friend...
siena breeds conformity, in both formal and informal senses. the student body is overwhelmingly white, catholic, xenophobic, politically consverativ...
I attended in the late 90s and have heard about some good and bad changes since then. My experience there taught me that conformity was expected...not...
I hated Catholicism and this place especially. My parents were religious fools, like so many of their generation. If they want to be losers, let them ...
I'm currently a second semester senior at Siena. If it wasn't for the friends I made freshman year I probably would have transferred because my roomma...
As with just about any school, business, or other organization, there are many positives and negatives about Siena College. The key is to work out wet...
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