From the White House to the Dorm Room: Where the First Children Go to College

When it was time to leave the White House, these sons and daughters of Presidents chose universities all over the country


Like her father before her, Kennedy headed to Cambridge, Massachusetts, for her college years. But unlike JFK, she attended Radcliffe, Harvard's all-female counterpart, which had separate admissions from Harvard, until midway through her college career (1977). She went on to receive her J.D. from Columbia University.