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Sponsored Institutions

Sponsorship is an ongoing relationship whereby the Adrian Dominican Sisters and an institution influence each other in ways that further the mission of both institution and the Congregation. Today the Adrian Dominican Sisters are engaged in a sponsorship model best described as a partnership with the laity for shared ministry. We value and welcome the laity as co-ministers in collaboration with the Congregation for the administration and stewardship of it institutions.
 
      

Barry University
www.barry.edu
Miami Shores, Florida
Founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters in 1940
Barry is the personal, purposeful university that affordably combines hands-on career preparation, a broad arts and sciences curriculum, Adrian Dominican compassion, and Floridian warmth while celebrating diversity of ages, cultures, faiths, and perspectives.

Barry University

   
   

Dominican Hospital
www.dominicanhospital.org
Santa Cruz, California
Founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters in 1941
Dominican Hospital is a nonprofit, full-service hospital that continuously strives to improve the health of the people in the community. Essential to this mission are the core values of dignity, excellence, collaboration and justice.

Dominican Hospital

   
    Regina Dominican High School
www.rdhs.org

Wilmette, Illinois
Founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters in 1957
Regina Dominican is an all-girls college preparatory school dedicated to providing excellence in Catholic education to young women of all races, cultures and faiths. Regina Dominican fosters peace, truth and justice in its school community, and challenges each student to develop leadership for life.
 Regina Dominican High School

   

 
Rosarian Academy

  Rosarian Academy
www.rosarian.org
West Palm Beach, Florida
Founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters in 1925
Rosarian Academy prepares students for life in a global community. Operating pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, it serves students from varied economic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. It places a strong emphasis on leadership development and an awareness of the continual need for social change. Rosarian educates with the expectation that its students will make a positive difference in the world.

   
 
St. Rose Dominican Hospital
Rose de Lima Campus
  St. Rose Dominican Hospitals
www.strosehospitals.org
Henderson and Las Vegas, Nevada
Founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters in 1947
The three hospitals in the St. Rose Dominican Hospitals system (the Rose de Lima, Siena, and San Martin Campuses) offer quality, compassionate care with a commitment to those with special needs. The hospitals promote wholeness of body, mind and spirit in the Dominican tradition of working with others to improve the health status of the community in a shared pursuit for justice and truth.

   
  Siena Heights University
www.sienaheights.edu
Adrian, Michigan
Founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters in 1919
Siena Heights is a Catholic university with a liberal arts tradition. Siena's mission is to assist people in becoming more competent, purposeful and ethical through a teaching and learning environment which respects the dignity of all.
Siena Heights University
   
     
   
Dominican Rea Literacy Corporation
The Dominican Literacy Centers are nonprofit organizations that respond to the literacy needs of adult learners in the areas of basic reading, composition writing, listening, and problem solving. On site and with the supervision of degreed educators, the centers provide free one-on-one tutoring throughout the year. In addition to basic skills the centers offer computer programmed learning which enables the adults to more effectively meet the challenges of the rapidly developing technological advances in the workplace. Each center provides certified tutor training. Please visit the websites to learn more about each center.
   
Aquinas Literacy Center
Director: Alison Altmeyer
3540 S. Hermitage Ave.
Chicago, IL 60609-1218
(773) 927-0512
Fax: (773) 927-8980
www.aquinasliteracycenter.org

 
  DePorres P.L.A.C.E., Inc.
Director: Sister Margaret Exworthy, OP
Assistant Director: Nancy Parker
Office Assistant: Sandra Pino
1016 N. Dixie Highway, Second Floor,
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(561) 863-5778
Fax: (561) 863-3199
www.deporresplace.org   
   
Dominican Literacy Center
Director: Sister Janice Brown, OP
11148 Harper
Detroit, MI 48213
313-267-1000
www.dlcliteracy.org
 
  Siena Literacy Center
Director: Donna Nesbitt
16888 Trinity
Detroit, MI 48219
(313) 532-8404
(313) 532-8409
www.sienaliteracy.org
     
N.E.W. Life Literacy Center
Director: Sister Carol Weber, OP
Assistant: Sister Janice Popilek, CSJ
3115 Lawndale
Flint, MI 49504                                                     (810) 239-8710
www.stlukenewlifectr.com
 
 

Adrian Rea Literacy Center
Director: Sister Carleen Maly, OP
Administrative Assistant: Sister Sarah Cavanaugh, OP
1257 E. Siena Heights Drive
Adrian, MI 49221
(517) 266-4260
Fax: (517) 266-4235
www.adrianrealiteracy.org

     
     
Contact:
Rosemary Abramovich, OP
Adrian Dominican General Council
1257 Siena Heights Dr.
Adrian, MI 49221-1793
(517) 266-3511
Fax: (517) 266-3507