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Additional Scholarship Opportunities

The following is a list of MCLA scholarships offered based on a student's intended major, residency, or academic achievements. Please note these awards are subject to available funds. You may also want to check out these non-MCLA scholarships.

Thomas & Susan Aceto Scholarship: Awarded to an entering freshman who is eligible for financial aid and is a  resident of New York. Student must have a minimum high school GPA of 3.5.

Berkshire County Greylock Scholarship: Awarded to an incoming freshman from Berkshire County, MA.

Bernadette Marie Foley '28 Scholarship
: Awarded to an entering freshman with a high school GPA of B+ or better. Scholarship is renewable with a GPA of 3.0.  This scholarship is awarded  to a student intending to teach at the elementary school level.

Alan Larese Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to a freshman entering the College as a Computer Science or Business Administration major. The student must also have demonstrated extracurricular, civic, or volunteer involvement.

MCLA Foundation Inc. Scholarship: Awarded to incoming freshmen from Berkshire County, MA.

Northern Berkshire Economic Development Corporation Scholarship: Awarded to an academically gifted entering freshman from Northern Berkshire County, MA with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0.

Donald A. Thurston Communications Scholarship: Awarded to an entering freshman interested in pursuing a career in communications and/or new technologies with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 or better.

Jane Ruth White Scholarship: Awarded once every four years to an entering female non-traditional student. Scholarship is renewable with a GPA of 2.5.

John Morrison White Scholarship: Awarded once every four years to an entering freshman that is a graduate of a Northern Berkshire County High School and posses strong academic merit.

Florence Wineberg Residence Scholarship: Awarded to an entering Berkshire County student who would like to live on campus. The scholarship is applied to room and board for one year.