List of Lafayette College people

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This is a list of notable people affiliated with Lafayette College.

Notable alumni and trustees[edit]

William C. Cattell, President of Lafayette College from 1863 to 1883.
Ralph Cooper Hutchison, President of Lafayette College from 1945 to 1958.
William E. Simon, class of 1952, served as the United States Secretary of the Treasury from 1974-1977.
Fred Morgan Kirby, trustee from 1916-1940, provided funds to establish a Professorship of Civil Rights.

Academics and education[edit]

Business[edit]

Engineering[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Government[edit]

Literature and poetry[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Military[edit]

Religion and theology[edit]

Sciences[edit]

Sports[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

Presidents of Lafayette College[edit]

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