Endowed Scholarships

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Through generous gifts from family, friends and alumni of Siena Heights University, various scholarship programs have been established. Endowed scholarships provided by the University are renewable annually provided the recipient is continuously enrolled as a full-time student on the CAS (Adrian) campus. Students must also continue to meet scholarship criteria and maintain the minimum cumulative grade point average required for each particular scholarship.

To read a description of each scholarship, click on the name of the scholarship below. To learn more about Endowed Scholarship possibilities, contact the Siena Heights University Advancement Department at 1-800-693-0506 or advancement@sienaheights.edu.

Edward P. Fisher Memorial Scholarship

Edward Fisher graduated from Adrian High School in 1930 and attended the University of Toledo and the Central State School of Banking in Madison, Wisconsin.  An Army veteran who served in WWII, he returned to Adrian and spent 23 years as President of the Bank of Lenawee.  He also was a dedicated volunteer and leader in civic life, sharing time and resources with many community organizations.  Edward served on the Siena Heights Board of Trustees and received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Siena in 1977.  Edward's wife, Delia Fisher, created this scholarship in his memory to provide assistance for Lenawee students majoring in business.

The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need, with preference given to Lenawee County residents majoring in business.