Siena Heights University DIRECT FROM HIGH SCHOOL


Interested in attending Siena Heights University? Fill out this brief form, and you'll receive an email with log-in information to your very own User Portal with additional information about Siena Heights University and the application process.

Adrian (main campus) Undergraduate Programs

Are you a high school student looking for the traditional college experience?

Adult Undergraduate Programs

Do you have some credit from previous college experience and need to complete your bachelor's degree?

Master's Degree

Do you have your bachelor's degree and looking for an advanced degree?

Not Sure? Transferring?

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Welcome! Are you ready to take the first step towards gaining your undergraduate degree from the top Catholic University in Michigan and the opportunities that follow? These steps outline the general process. All you have to do is complete them to get started.


  • A minimum high school cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Beginning with the 2016-17 academic year, Siena Heights University will no longer require undergraduate applicants to submit SAT or ACT test scores for university admission. Students may be required to submit standardized test scores for admission to specific academic programs, validate athletic eligibility or prove eligibility for some federal or state scholarship programs.


  1. Contact us  to answer any questions that you may have / schedule a  campus visit or immediately proceed to step two.


  1. Apply – Onlinein person

    You will need to submit the following information:

    Official high school transcript or GED certificate to:

    Office of Admissions
    Siena Heights University
    1247 E Siena Heights Dr
    Adrian, MI 49221

    Transcripts may also be transmitted electronically by Docufide to this email address:

    Submit copies of your ACT or SAT scores 
  2. Financial Aid: File the FAFSA, apply for recognition awards and perform other financial activities
  3. Housing: Register for campus living, meal plans and find other related information
  4. Siena Heights Orientation (SHO) Day