Looking for the traditional residential campus experience? Our Adrian campus features in-person classes, an award-winning dining service and plenty of on campus co-curricular activities, including the arts and intercollegiate athletics!
With a mission of integrating theory into practice, we offer MBA, MSN, Leadership and Clinical Mental Health Counseling programs.
Online & Professional
From our nationally ranked Online Program to our locations throughout Michigan, we meet students where they are!
Degrees & Programs
Founded in the Liberal Arts tradition, Siena Heights has developed more than 50 bachelor’s degree options.
Siena Heights offers two-year degree plans as well as a robust dual enrollment program.
Need a credential? We may be able to help.
The Siena Heights University Library is the student’s office on campus. It’s a place to study, meet, learn, discover, create and connect both with peers and faculty.
The McNair Scholars Program is a federally funded TRiO Program designed to encourage eligible students to pursue graduate studies leading to the completion of a Doctoral degree. McNair Scholars participate in research and scholarly activities preparing them for the rigors of graduate school.
Student Support Services is a federally funded TRiO program dedicated to providing individualized support and academic resources to engage students in their college experience, empower them to persist through challenges, accomplish their goals, and graduate from Siena Heights University.
From professor-guided trips to Europe to spending a semester in the rain forests of Costa Rica, Siena Heights offers several study abroad opportunities for students.
Center for Student Success
The Center for Student Success confidently encourages Adrian campus student success and persistence through competent, ethical, accessible, collaborative and purposeful advising and mentoring. Students are assigned an academic advisor and faculty mentor who personally guide them through graduation and beyond.
Career Services staff assists students with engaging in self-assessment, obtaining occupational information, exploring employment, graduate and professional school opportunities. Connect with our extensive alumni and professional network!
The Registrar’s Office is committed to maintaining accurate academic records and providing timely information to students, faculty, and staff all within the guidelines of the Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
Siena Heights University
1247 E. Siena Heights Dr.
Adrian, MI 49221
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