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

JENNA BUSH HAGER

The younger Bush twin chose to stay close to home – even as her parents were relocating to Washington, D.C. After moving to Austin when her father was elected Governor of Texas in 1994, she went on to attend the University of Texas at Austin, receiving a degree in English. Her college years had a few connections to her mother, Laura Bush, who received a Masters from UT in 1973. Additionally, both were members of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.