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Why Come for Homecoming?
Because you started at Siena — and look how far you’ve come! Because it’s YOUR campus — and you can bring friends or family. Because you’ll make great memories. And because we can’t wait to welcome you back.
- On Friday, women’s soccer plays Madonna, the men’s alumni basketball game welcomes former Saints, and baseball alumni take the field under the lights after dedicating the new press box. Saturday brings women’s volleyball vs. Lawrence Tech, football vs. Olivet Nazarene, and the Hall of Fame Banquet. Sunday’s Saints Golf Outing benefits SHU athletics; find your foursome.
- Classes ending in “4” and “9” are celebrating reunions—but all are welcome, whether you are “coming home” to campus or visiting for the first time. Tailgating is a Homecoming tradition as fans compete for the Alumni Association Tailgate Awards: Grill Master (best food), MVP (best games), Super Fan (most spirit) and Curb Appeal (best decorations). Start planning!
- Revisit your favorite Sister at the Dominican Life Center — or in the football stands! Reconnect with Dominican history on Trudy McSorley’s Heritage Tour. Join us for Mass in St. Dominic Chapel Sunday morning. Reflect on the values at the heart of a Siena Heights education — while wrapping up your weekend with a mimosa at Sunday’s Celebration Brunch.
Make plans now. Homecoming is coming fast, so mark the dates, reserve your hotel room (always ask about Siena’s Homecoming room block), and call a friend.
Your Homecoming name badge, event tickets and special extras will be available Homecoming Weekend and can be picked up on-site at the Registration Desk.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-264-7143.
NOTE: For advance tickets for the Homecoming football game, visit www.shusaints.com. All other athletic events are pay at the gate.
For a complete Homecoming schedule, click here.
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Siena Heights University
Siena Heights University is a Catholic university founded in 1919 and sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Enrolling a diverse community of traditional-age and working adult students, Siena Heights is a coeducational North Central accredited institution founded in the liberal arts tradition, offering associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and specialist’s degrees. The University is headquartered in Adrian, Mich., with degree completion centers in Southfield, Benton Harbor, Monroe, Battle Creek, Lansing, Jackson and Online.