Founded in 1898, the College Club of
Cleveland aims to promote the social, philanthropic and literary
interest of Cleveland’s college-educated women. As early as 1898 the
members collected donations for women seeking higher education. The
Augusta Mittleberger Scholarship was established in 1924, to be
followed in 1998 by the Sally Hirsh Scholarship. Additional
scholarships are awarded as funds become available. The College Club
Foundation has awarded over 120 scholarships since 1990.
The College Club of Cleveland Foundation, whose funds
are managed by The Cleveland Foundation, is pleased to offer
scholarships to seniors graduating from public high schools in
Cleveland and the surrounding suburbs. Awards are for tuition only and
are limited to a maximum of four years or the achievement of a
Baccalaureate degree, whichever comes first. All scholarships are
renewable annually if students maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher.