Campus Safety

Campus Safety

The Siena Heights University Public Safety Department is committed to providing respectful and professional services. While we can promise a committed effort to ensure safety, we are of course unable to promise total isolation from crime. Therefore, it is important for each member of our community to take responsibility for their own safety.

The key to preventing crime is awareness. This site will be an essential tool for sharing plans and providing relevant information in case an emergency arises at Siena Heights University, the surrounding area or any of the Degree Completion Centers.

Campus Safety News

SEVERE WEATHER WEEK IN MICHIGAN; COUNTY SIREN TEST THURSDAY
4/6/2013 3:48:00 PM by Peter Ossmann
 This week is severe weather awareness week in Michigan.  At 5:55 p.m. On Thursday April 11th Lenawee County will conduct the annual tornado siren test. The siren test will last two minutes. Stay Informed of the latest severe weather the following ways: 
    
    Attend a Severe Weather Training on Thursday, April 11th at Noon in the Rueckert Auditorium

    Sign up for SHU ALERTS for the Adrian campus by texting the word "adrian" to 79516    

    Sign up for Lenawee County Code Red weather alerts to your home and cell phone here.

    Purchase a NOAA weather radio to be alerted to severe weather conditions. 

    Stay educated on severe weather this week at http://www.crh.noaa.gov/dtx/?n=svraware

    Review Adrian Campus specific severe weather information here.

Contact Information



Adrian Campus: ‘0’ or ‘7800’
Off Campus: 517-264-7800
Contact Us at (800) 521-0009

Siena Heights University Main Campus
1247 E. Siena Heights Dr.
Adrian, MI 49221