ADRIAN Siena Heights University is continuing to create partnerships with area school districts by giving students a guaranteed minimum of $5,000 in financial aid to attend the university.
Siena Heights recently approved partnerships with Britton-Macon Area Schools, Clinton Community Schools, and Madison School District.
In the agreements, which run through Sept. 1, 2012, students are eligible for several designated merit scholarships ranging from $6,000 to $10,000.
Students who don t qualify for those scholarships are guaranteed at least $5,000 in financial aid and are eligible for three additional one-year scholarships of $2,000 for students in the areas of special education, mathematics/science/environmental science, teacher certification, business administration, and health-care professions.
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