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.

Sieg-Dunlap-Davis-Westerman Fund

This scholarship was created to honor Sister Cathleen Real, C.H.M., who served as Siena Heights College’s 6th President from 1984-1993.

Originally from Wyoming, Ill., Sister Cathleen earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics and chemistry from Marycrest College in Iowa, a master's degree in mathematics from St. Louis University, and a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Iowa.  She served as an instructor and administrator at several institutions: Marycrest College, Schenectady County Community College, Barat College and the College of Saint Mary.   The Herrick Foundation was a significant contributor to this scholarship.

The Real Scholarship provides full-time female students with half the cost of a full academic year of study including tuition and books, but not room, board or living expenses.  At least one recipient each year will be a nontraditional student.