Mancuso Scholarship Recipients in the News

Westminster student Olivia Renda an inaugural recipient of the Mancuso scholarship

Like many high school students during their college search, Olivia Renda of Westminster spent a lot of time talking with her family about the debt she would face after earning her degree. So it was a surreal moment for her when she learned that she would have the opportunity to earn her degree at Framingham State for free as one of the inaugural recipients of the Mancuso English, Humanities and Social & Behavioral Sciences Scholarships. Read More >

Oakmont student earns full ride to Framingham State

Like many high school students hunting for colleges, Olivia Renda spent a long time with her family discussing the debt she would face after earning her degree. So it was a surreal moment when the opportunity to earn a degree at Framingham State University for free presented itself. Read More >

Framingham State chooses two for full-ride scholarships

Framingham State University has chosen the inaugural recipients of a new scholarship that will enable selected students to attend the university for free for up to four years. Read More >

New Mancuso scholarships awarded to two students at Framingham State University

Olivia Renda, of Westminister, and Meeghan Bresnahan, of Peabody, are the first recipients of the Mancuso English, Humanities, and Social Behavioral Sciences Scholarships. The scholarship will cover costs during their freshman year. The two students will have the opportunity to take all four years at Framingham State at no cost, but must meet certain scholarship requirements to have it renewed each year. Read More >

Local students graduate from Framingham State University

Thousands of friends, family, faculty and staff packed into the DCU Center in Worcester on May 26 to celebrate the Framingham State University Class of 2019. Read More >

2 Students To Attend Framingham State For Free Thanks To Mancuso Scholarships

Like many high school students during their college search, Olivia Renda spent a lot of time talking with her family about the debt she would face after earning her degree. So it was a surreal moment for her when she learned that she would have the opportunity to earn her degree at Framingham State for free, as one of the inaugural recipients of the Mancuso English, Humanities and Social & Behavioral Sciences Scholarships. Read More >