Maxwell Davis of Stevenson High School in Sterling Heights, Mich. is the recipient of the 2019 Presidential Scholarship award.
The Presidential Scholarship, first given in 2018, is Baker’s annual award granted to a select incoming freshman, or freshmen, for a full four year’s tuition. Recipient(s) must meet academic criteria for GPA and test scores (ACT/SAT), and submit a personal essay.
This year’s sole Presidential Scholarship recipient is Maxwell Davis of Stevenson High School in Sterling Heights, Mich. Davis, a Sterling Heights resident and graduating senior this year, will begin his education with Baker College in fall 2019.
Davis will study cyber security at Baker College Clinton Township, before transferring to Baker College’s new metro Detroit campus opening in fall 2020.
“I’m really looking forward to attending the cyber security program at Baker College because of its reputation for competing globally in cyber defense as one of the best schools in the country,” Davis said. “The Presidential Scholarship is helping me achieve my goal of being able to compete against the best of the best for jobs in this industry.”
“At Baker College, it’s our privilege to be able to reward hard-working and ambitious students, like Maxwell, and we look forward to welcoming him to the ranks of the BakerProud,” said Bart Daig, Baker College system president. “We have so many resources, opportunities and experiences to offer our Presidential Scholarship recipients, and to every student that commits to a future with Baker College.”
The Presidential Scholarship award will cover 100 percent of Davis’ tuition charges for up to four years at Baker College, and is valued at an estimated $46,000.