Middlebury College offers financial assistance to a substantial percentage of students attending the summer session and the graduate programs abroad. Information about the financial aid application process for the summer accompanies admissions materials published by the Language Schools each year.
The following scholarships have been established in honor of students, friends, or faculty of the Italian School: Cesare Barbieri Endowment Fund, Pierina B. and Salvatore J. Castiglione Scholarship Fund, Joan F. Giambalvo Scholarship Fund, Dr. Nicholas Locascio Scholarship Fund, Anna and Luke J. Nolfi Scholarship, Michelina Pietrangelo Memorial Scholarship Fund, Antonio and Ida Quaglia Memorial Scholarship in the Italian School and the Joel Smith Scholarship Fund.
The Lois Behrman Watson '51 Scholarship fund was established in 1987 to provide financial aid to teachers who are attending the Masters or Doctoral program of any of the Language Schools on the Middlebury campus or at the Schools Abroad.
The Betty Jones (M.A. '86) Language Schools Financial Aid Fund was established in 1999 as part of the Bicentennial Campaign. Income from the fund provides financial aid to students attending the Language Schools.
Candidates for financial aid need not apply for a specific scholarship. All applicants will automatically be considered for an award from the appropriate scholarship listed above or from the general grant fund.The Premio Famiglia Fede is a scholarship to support graduate students pursuing a Masters degree at the Middlebury College Language Schools and the C.V. Starr-Middlebury School Abroad in Florence, Italy. The Scholarship will fund the complete Masters program for one student per year for the next three years. This scholarship is targeted to students who have already embarked on a business career path and/or are seeking a career in business embracing the Italian language. Applicants must apply for this scholarship.
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Each summer the Merlino-Mezzotero Award is given to a graduate studentin Italian for academic achievement.