Siena Heights University

Siena Heights University, founded in 1919, is a Catholic university in the Dominican Tradition.  With the main campus located in Adrian, MI, there are also six additional degree completion centers throughout the state and online.  The small class size, close-knit community atmosphere, extensive campus resources, committed faculty and diverse student population foster opportunities for high quality learning and relationship growth and development.  Recently named one of the top 25 “Most Affordable Catholic Colleges” in the U.S., the Siena is also a great value.  Whatever you want to do in the world, Siena Heights University will help  you to develop the competence, confidence, purpose, and ethics to make it happen. We call that “The Siena Effect”.

Enrollment

For Year: 
2013
Undergraduate Students: 
2,400
Graduate Students: 
250

Student Profile

Male %: 
45
Female %: 
55
Number of Undergraduate Majors: 
75
Number of Minors-Concentration Fields: 
15

Most Popular Majors

Tuition: 
$22,100
Room & Board: 
$9,300

Financial Aid Data

Students with Demonstrated Financial Need %: 
97
Average Financial Aid Package: 
$10,100
Percent Need Met (Need-basied Aid) %: 
90

Class Size

Student/Faculty Ratio: 
16:1
Fewer than 20 Students %: 
50
Fewer than 50 Students %: 
100

Faculty

Full-time Faculty %: 
80
Full-time Faculty with PhD/terminal Degree %: 
65

Athletics & Intramural Activities

Athletic Division: 
NAIA Division III, WHAC
Students Participating in Sports Activities and Intermurals %: 
75

Co-curricular Activities

Student Clubs and Organizations: 
30+

1247 E. Siena Heights Dr.
Adrian, MI 49221
800-521-0009
www.sienaheights.edu/

Year Founded: 1919
President: Sister Peg Albert,OP,Ph.D.

Interesting Facts

The Adrian campus is located on 55 acres on a bluff above downtown Adrian.
Siena Heights was the first wireless college or university campus in Michigan.
Siena Heights initiated the first degree-completion program for working adults in Southfield in 1975.
In the fall, 2011, Siena Heights will begin football in the new on-campus stadium, O'Laughlin Stadium.
Siena Heights became co-ed in 1969.