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Siena Heights was founded in 1919 and has campuses in Adrian (main), Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, Dearborn, Jackson, Lansing, Monroe, Southfield and Online.

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The mission of Siena Heights University, a Catholic University founded and sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters, is to assist people to become more competent, purposeful, and ethical through a teaching and learning environment which respects the dignity of all.

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Siena Heights' campus is intimate, yet spacious, with a mix of modern and historic architecture. Our art department in Studio Angelico utilizes two Art Galleries with frequent gallery shows from students, faculty, and special guest artists. We also host a variety of entertainment for the Adrian community, with our theater department performing in the beautiful Francouer Theatre, and special guest lecturers and author signings in Ledwidge Auditorium. The new University Center is a gathering place for students and the community, housing the University Bookstore, cafeteria, conference rooms, and living room area where SHU often hosts community events including local music performances. Our ever growing athletic facilities have been designed with all of our athletes in mind, from baseball to basketball to track & field and everything in between. Our pride and joy, O'Laughlin Stadium hosts our football, track & field, and lacrosse events, with the attached Athletic Center housing locker rooms and training facilities. Our recently restored Fieldhouse gives our basketball teams a spacious area to train and host our rivals during the school year, and is an excellent facility for our community basketball camps during the summer.

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ADRIAN SUMMER COURSES BEGIN MAY 6
SHU will again offer affordable and quality college credit courses for its 2015 summer sessions on the Adrian campus. With the rate only $280 per credit hour, courses are open to current SHU students who want to take classes over the summer months. All applicable fees, including the technology fee, will be charged at the normal rate. The reduced tuition rate does not apply to online classes. In addition, those students who want to stay on campus while attending class this summer can stay in the University's Campus Village apartment-style complex at a reduced rate. Here are the rates:
• One week: $125 per person*
• Six weeks: $540*
• Eight weeks: $600*
• Twelve weeks: $690*
*Plus utilities
The first six-week session begins in May 6, with a second session to start June 24. Classes will fill quickly. For more information on housing, contact Residence Life Office at 264-7171 or sthacker@sienaheights.edu. For more course information, go to MySiena.
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A SPECIAL THANK YOU FROM DONNA MAROWELLI
I just wanted to express my sincere appreciation for the support I have felt from the Siena community in the loss of my father, Donald Dunn, Jr. He was a wonderful man and will be missed, but the many words and acts of kindness have helped and encouraged our family at this time. Thank you for the many cards, comforting words, gifts, visits, and hugs...they mean so much.
Donna Marowelli
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Next month is women's history month and we've got lots planned! Check out our schedule of events:
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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
SHU staff member Shari Libett and her husband, Chris, announce the birth of a son, Lathan Nicholas Libett, at 6:10 p.m. Feb. 23. He weighed 8 lbs., 10 oz. and was 21 inches long. Baby and family are doing just fine.
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'CHICAGO' DINNER AND THE THEATER EVENT MARCH 28
Theatre Siena and the Alumni Office is again hosting the wildly popular Dinner & the Theater event for the March 28 showing of 'Chicago.' Enjoy wine, music and an elegant dinner. Meet cast members and learn more from director Mark DiPietro about the cult of celebrity and the actual events upon which this award-winning musical is based. Then watch Prohibition-era Chicago come to life in Theatre Siena's final production of 2014-15. Cost is $35 per person and includes dinner and admission to the show. The reception begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Francoeur Theater lobby with dinner at 6:15 p.m. in the Stubnitz Lab Theater. Curtain time is at 8 p.m. NOTE: Come early for a 4 p.m. campus tour; register for the tour when reserving tickets online. Participation is limited. Make your reservation today! To register online, click here: http://ow.ly/Jw02r
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A SPECIAL THANK YOU FROM PAT WALLACE
On behalf of the McNair Program, I want to thank everyone who attended yesterday's Research Symposium! I sincerely appreciate your support for our scholars.
Pat Wallace
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DOWNTIME SCHEDULED FOR MY SIENA SUNDAY
MySiena will be down for maintenance from 7-9 p.m. Sunday, March 1 for a vendor-required maintenance update. This maintenance update includes some updates changing the look and operation of the page editing features. Anyone having issues using these changed tools may contact Wanda House to get assistance. There will be minimal changes to other areas of MySiena. One important fix is where some faculty experienced issues trying to send emails to students using a feature in MySiena. This should be fixed with this maintenance update.
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WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
To celebrate Women's History Month at SHU, here are the following scheduled events and activities:
MOVIES & PIZZA (All are at 6 p.m. in the University Center Community Room)
• March 10: Miss Representation
• March 17: Iron Jawed Angels
• March 24: It's a Girl
• March 31: Half the Sky
HUB CHATS (All are at noon on the second floor of the University Center)
• March 11: Leadership with Rosemary Abramovich, OP 1
• March 19: Professor Julie Barst
• March 26: "To Preserve the Past: Royalist Recipe Books and the Politics of Cookery" with Professor Dana Schumacher-Schmidt
EVENTS
• March 9: "EmpowHERing: A Celebration of Women Religious," with Dr. Jun Tsuji, 11 a.m., Science Building room 122
• March 18: "When Mystical Creatures Attack" with Kathleen Founds, 7 p.m., Rueckert Auditorium
• March 25: Poetry Marathon, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., University Center Living Room
• March 26: "Chicago" with post-production talk back, 8 p.m. Francoeur Theater
The Siena community is invited to attend all events.
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NEW CAMPUS NURSE, DIRECTOR OF HEALTH SERVICES ANNOUNCED
Sharon Spanbauer, OP, RN, MSN has accepted the offer to become the full-time director of Health Services and Campus Nurse. She will formally begin her full-time role March 9. Sister Sharon has served our community well in the interim period this semester as Campus Nurse. She previously has served as the Family Nurse Practitioner at the Dominican Life Center since 2001. Please join the Division of Student Life in welcoming Sister Sharon to her full-time role at sspanbau@sienaheights.edu or in person at the Health Clinic.
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NEWS FROM CAMPUS MINISTRY
There will not be Mass on Sunday, March 1. There will be no Masses next week due to spring break. The next Mass scheduled is at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 8 in St. Dominic Chapel.
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'AN EVENING OF NEW AND PUBLISHED SCI-FI AND FAIRYTALES' TONIGHT
SHU Creative Writing Professor Alexander Weinstein will present "An Evening of New and Published Sci-Fi and Fairytales" at 8 p.m. tonight in Rueckert Auditorium. He will read his short stories and collected fantastical fiction tales. The Siena community is invited to attend.
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ADVISING WEEK MARCH 9-13; STUDENTS, MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH YOUR ADVISOR
Fall 2015 Advising Week for undergraduate students on the Adrian campus is from March 9-13. Students, please make an appointment with your academic advisor to discuss your future endeavors and your class schedule. Fall 2015 scheduling is from March 16-20. Here is the schedule:
• Seniors: March 16
• Juniors: March 17
• Sophomores: March 18
• Freshman: March 19
Remember, students must meet with their academic advisor prior to scheduling!
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