George W. Bush (Education)
43rd President of The United States
Bush studied at Yale University where he was a history major. Bush has said that his grades at Yale were not exceptional and that he was a C student. At Yale, Bush was president of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, a member of the Skulls and Bones secret society, and played for the school’s rugby team. Bush even joked that he was more known for his social life during college than for his grades. After graduating from Yale, Bush served in the army where he was a pilot for the National Guard. After leaving the army, Bush completed his postgraduate education at Harvard University where he earned his MBA. At Harvard, Bush was known for being reliant on his humor rather than his brainpower and excelled in teamwork projects.