Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 1247 E. Siena Heights Dr., Archangelus # 112
Founded in 1919, Siena Heights University is a Catholic university sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Headquartered in Adrian, Mich., the University has degree completion centers in Southfield, Benton Harbor, Monroe, Battle Creek, Lansing, Jackson, Ann Arbor, Port Huron and online.
The mission of the University is to help people to become more competent, purposeful, and ethical through a teaching and learning environment which respects the dignity of all.
As a leading provider of distance education, Siena Heights University offers online education. With its format options students can design a flexible schedule. Individuals may choose completely online classes that are primarily offered in an 8-week format. The University allows students to enroll in the regionally-accredited Online Cohort Program which is a sequence of completely online upper-division courses offered consecutively generally one at a time. The University's advisors will help students create their own uniquely-designed, self-paced schedule from the majors and several minors offered completely online.Financial Aid
Siena Heights University offers financial aid for its students. The University offers such forms of financial aid as: grants, loans, work study. Students have to contact their Financial Aid Office or an Admissions Representative to explore affordable options. Moreover, payment plans are also available to help budget each semester's charges over several months. Admissions
Siena Heights has a rolling admissions policy and students may be accepted after completing the formal application process. They apply by submitting the application form, an official high school transcript, all official transcripts from institutions previously attended, and all other supporting data. Admissions representatives will help individuals with the application process and answer all their questions.