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


With three years still left her in father's final term, Clinton enrolled at Stanford University, where she majored in history. Her parents made a point of asking the press to let Clinton go about her college life without interference, but her dad's job still had an impact on her college years. Secret Service men lived in her dorm and bulletproof glass was installed in the windows. It’s clear that Clinton is a fan of higher education: After her undergraduate years, she received a Masters of Public Health from Columbia, as well as both Master and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in International Relations from the University of Oxford.