J.K. Rowling Selects Local Setting for New Story
First there was Nathaniel Hawthorne, then Herman Melville, and later, Edith Wharton. Now, J.K. Rowling has claimed her own connection to the Berkshires, placing her newest story in a location steeped in MCLA tradition, and with a sweeping view of our campus. What better place for Ilvermorny than Mount Greylock? ...Read More
A Liberal Arts Education for the 21st Century
Read President James F. Birge's op-ed in The Berkshire Eagle about the value of a liberal arts education.
Students and Families Visit MCLA for Orientation
In June, MCLA welcomed more than 350 new students to three separate orientation sessions. If you're interested in attending MCLA in the fall, there's still time to apply. Join us for an information session on August 13 or 27, or contact the Office of Admission today. ...Read More
Admissions Expands Reach with New Programs, Projects
Assistant Director of Admission Dayne Wahl ’09 is among the many alumni who staff our Office of Admission. “It’s great to be able to share my stories, friends’ stories, and current students’ stories about MCLA. I truly love MCLA," he said. "I love sharing it and bringing it to new places.”
Future Teachers Embrace 4+1 Program
MCLA is pleased to offer this second story in a series of student profiles about our incoming Class of 2020. This week we introduce two freshmen who will participate in our new 4+1 program, Jade Schnauber ’20 of Pittsfield, Mass., and Morrison Robblee ’20 of Hopkins, Minn.