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.

Donita Sullivan Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Donita B. Sullivan M.D. was a 1952 graduate who was a professor at the University of Michigan Medical School's Department of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Division of Pediatrics Rheumatology in Ann Arbor. She taught medicine and actively treated patients for more than 35 years at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital from 1959-96. She was a pioneer in the field of pediatrics-rheumatology, and forerunner for women in the practice of medicine. Her legacy carries on with her scholarship gift to students who are members of the Catholic Church in the junior class. They must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree program at Siena Heights University with a grade point average of at least of at least 3.5 on a scale of 4.0 and demonstrate a commitment to achieve an advanced graduate degree.