September 08, 2015

SHU is Moving Dirt

  • Changing Minds, Changing Campus

    Under the visionary direction of President Sister Peg Albert, OHP, Siena Heights embarked on a multi-year transformation. The University looked to The Collaborative to develop a Master Plan and subsequent projects.

    Over the last five years, these building projects have helped lift the campus’ outlook. A new football team made its debut in 2010 on a brand new turf field. The University Center, the student dining and social hub, came on line in 2013 along with a new baseball stadium. As Lee Johnson, Senior Vice President for Business and Finance notes, nothing builds excitement like throwing a little dirt around.

  • Changing Minds, Changing Campus

    Continuing the growth trend, SHU opened a new 50-bed residence hall in 2015. Already at capacity, plans are underway for another residence hall.

    The University is also fund raising to renovate and expand the Musical and Performing Arts Center.