MCLA celebrated 114th Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 18
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) celebrated its 114th Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 18 in the Amsler Campus Center Gymnasium.
Three-hundred and eighty-nine students received their Bachelor's degrees; 35 received a Master of Education, four received a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership, and 22 received a Professional Master's of Business Administration degree.
MCLA will offer over
80 undergraduate and graduate courses, including more than 20 online courses.
Our summer sessions are open to MCLA students, and members of the community.
Pursue your interests, complete a math or science course to fulfill a requirement at your present college, or embark on a pathway to a degree at MCLA this summer.
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MCLA student, Doris Behanzin, one of '29 Who Shine' in Commonwealth
From left to right: Raymond Dunham, an award recipient from Berkshire Community College, State Senator Benjamin Downing, Doris Behanzin, and State Rep. Gailanne Cariddi.
On May 2, Doris Behanzin '13, a recipient of the 29 Who Shine Award, traveled to the State House for an award presentation and luncheon honoring all the recipients of the award. The award is presented by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education.
Innovation in the Sciences
The MCLA Center for Science and Innovation, a $40 million state-of-the art teaching and learning facility, will open in 2013, connecting the college to opportunities in the commonwealth's world-class biotechnology and life sciences sector.
Nationally, and in Massachusetts, the life sciences represent an educational and economic growth opportunity.