The President’s Cup is the most prestigious student award at Enterprise State Community College. The minimum qualifications are 36 or more semester hours completed with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, with full-time enrollment for at least one term during the current academic year. This year, 5 honor students were nominated by ESCC faculty and staff members to be candidates for this award. These nominees were evaluated based on their scholarship, their collegiate activities and their citizenship. Each one of these students have many accomplishments and are very deserving of this nomination for the President’s Cup.
The student chosen as this year’s President’s Cup winner is Magnola (Maggie) LeeAnn Johnson. Maggie is a sophomore from Elba, AL. She graduated from Elba High School in 2016 as the Valedictorian of her class and has maintained a 4.0 average throughout her tenure at ESCC. When Maggie became SGA President this academic year, she was immediately ready to get to work and encourage students to get involved with activities on campus.
Maggie truly encourages others with her positive attitude and her willingness to help rubs off on everyone that she encounters. Maggie not only excels through her active involvement at ESCC but, most importantly, she excels in the classroom. She is majoring in Accounting and will receive her Associates of Science with a concentration in Accounting this spring. She plans to continue her education and receive her bachelor’s in accounting after her tie at ESCC. She plans to eventually receive her master’s and become a Certified Public Accountant.
President Matt Rodgers, said, “Maggie embodies the qualities of ESCC that we wish to see in every student. Maggie has used her time at ESCC to not only better herself, but also better her school. She is a shining example of what the President’s Cup stands for at ESCC.”
Cutline: Magnola LeeAnn Johnson, ESCC 2018 President’s Cup Winner.