CUMBERLAND — The Allegany College of Maryland Foundation has awarded scholarships to the following first-time college students: Kaylee Beattie-Thornburg, Cumberland; Tristen Brehm, Mount Savage; Austin Burt, Cumberland; Sophie Cramer, LaVale; Lacey Crossland, Rawlings; Mattesyn Crotts, Cumberland; Summer Dye, Cumberland; Carl Eckard, Flintstone; Emily Evans, Cresaptown; Cassidy Galliher, Cumberland; Rebekah George, LaVale; Daniel Highland, Cumberland; Gwendolyn Lent, Frostburg; Ashlyn Lepley, Cumberland; Ashley Michaels, Frostburg; Ryan Mulligan, Cumberland; Benjamin Starr, Cumberland; Chloe Watkins, Cumberland; Hayley Weigand, Frostburg; Juliet Wilson, Cumberland; and Lexis Zalewski, LaVale.
Gilpin freshman scholarships are given to graduates of high schools located in Allegany County who have demonstrated exemplary scholastic potential by earning at least a 3.5 GPA at the end of their junior or senior years of high school. The awards are restricted to first-time college students who have selected to begin their studies full time at ACM within two years of their high school graduation.
The ACM Foundation provides more than $1 million in scholarships each year to help students achieve their academic goals. The foundation will accept online scholarship applications for the 2022-2023 academic year beginning Nov. 1. More information is available by calling 301-784-5200 or emailing Sandi Foreman at email@example.com.