Trustee Phase of Living Our Tradition: The Campaign for Siena College is launched.
Friars of The Holy Names Province commit $1.5 million to endow CURCA.
Former Trustee John Dawson ’68 (1947-2009) bequeaths Siena $3 million over 60 months.
James E. Cushing ’58, Trustee Emeritus (1921-2011), bequeaths Siena $1 million.
J. Spencer and Patricia Standish commit $1 million to endow the Honors Program.
Class of 2011 Senior Gift raises $10,000 for NEH We the People Challenge Grant and names an office in New Hall.
Siena meets and exceeds Year 1 goal of five-year NEH We the People Challenge Grant.
The McCormick Family and Trustco Bank commit $1 million to the McCormick Center for the Study of the American Revolution.
Siena launches five-year strategic plan focused on student engagement, resources, diversity and athletics.
The Dake Family and Stewart’s Shops commit $1 million to endorse program within the Office of Academic Community Engagement and Siena’s Financial Relief Fund for students.
David ’73 and Christine Spicer ’75 Stack commit $1 million to support the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Douglas Hickey ’77 commits $500,000 to support Athletics.
Audrey Thompson commits $1.8 million in the name of her late husband Dell Thompson, Ed.D., for campus beautification and the distinguished author lecture series. Thompson Trail is dedicated.
Leadership Phase of Living Our Tradition: The Campaign for Siena College begins.
George ’54 and Sally Maloney commit $2 million to Pre-Law and Athletics.
Richard and Joan Rosetti present lead gift to name Rosetti Hall.
Class of 2012 Senior Gift raises $16,000 to name study area in main lobby of Rosetti Hall.
Siena meets and exceeds Year 2 goal of five-year NEH We the People Challenge Grant.
The 13th Annual Festa Vino raised a record-breaking $75,000 with proceeds going toward the McCormick Center for the Study of the American Revolution and Saints Alive! Athletic Fund.
A record 618 members of the Siena community came together to raise nearly $125,000 for Siena Gives Back Day on April 10.
Class of 2013 Senior Gift raises $16,000 for the Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Siena meets and exceeds Year 3 goal of five-year NEH We the People Challenge Grant.
Siena dedicates The Trustco Bank Center.
Siena College dedicates Richard and Joan Rosetti Hall.
Siena launches public phase of Living Our Tradition: The Campaign for Siena College
Siena's 14th annual Festa Vino raises $75,000 for McCormick Center and Athletics.
Siena College raised more than $140,000 during its one-day fundraising challenge Siena Gives Back Day. The donations will go toward the Annual Fund.
Serra Hall was re-named Lonnstrom Dining Hall to honor Douglas '66, Ph.D., and Cris Lonnstrom for their enduring support of Siena College.
Siena's Sarazen Student Union (SSU) renovation, which includes new student lounge Casey's, is officially complete.
Siena's Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is dedicated in Siena Hall.
Siena's grotto is dedicated.
New hall was renamed Snyder Hall in honor of Jim Snyder who founded Siena's Mentoring Program. This was made possible by a substantial leadership gift to Siena College from Dennis Winger '69 and his wife Barbara Waldman.