Campus Ministry

Student Life


Not everyone at Siena Heights is involved in Campus Ministry, but Campus Ministry is involved with everyone at Siena Heights University.  We are here to awaken in all – students, faculty and staff – a deep desire for truth, for faith, for justice and for love.

Your faith life – weak or strong, struggling or satisfying, anonymous, Protestant, Catholic or Muslim – is a rich sacred growing gift.  Campus Ministry is here both to serve you and to engage you in serving others. 

Calling to mind Our Christian Mission to love, we invite you to take advantage of the many opportunities to live that call at one of the Michigan colleges - Siena Heights, a Catholic institution in the Dominican tradition.

There is Mass at 7 p.m. each Sunday in St. Dominic Chapel during the academic year, as well as daily during the week at various times. All are welcome to attend.



The Campus Ministry Scholars (CMS) Program prepares leaders for church and society, leaders who are theologically grounded, community-minded and religiously committed. The program is for high school seniors or transfer students seeking active involvement in the Campus Ministry activities on the Adrian campus. A completed Campus Ministry Scholars Program application must be completed in addition to the application for admission. An interview with the director of Campus Ministry is required.


The spiritual roots of Siena Heights are deep and strong thanks to the courageous Catholic faith of the pioneering Adrian Dominican Sisters who founded it so long ago. For in-depth information on those sacred roots, visit the Adrian Dominicans website.