List of University of South Carolina people

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This list of University of South Carolina people includes alumni that are graduates or non-matriculating students, and former professors and administrators of the University of South Carolina.

Alumni[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Name Class year Notes Reference
Bundick, ChazwickChazwick Bundick 2009 a.k.a. Toro Y Moi, musician [1]
Baker, AmandaAmanda Baker 2001 actress on General Hospital episodic TV program [2]
Byars, MelMel Byars 1960 book author, journalist, professor, and Besterman/McColvin Gold Medal winner [3]
Colter, MikeMike Colter 1998 actor [4]
Cosby, RitaRita Cosby 1989 host of MSNBC's Rita Cosby Live and three-time Emmy Award winner [5]
Casey, WilsonWilson Casey 1977 syndicated columnist, book author, and Guinness World Record holder [6]
Dent, HarryHarry Dent 1975 economist and writer [citation needed]
Earhardt, AinsleyAinsley Earhardt 1999 anchor for Fox News Weekend TV program [7]
Frazier, CharlesCharles Frazier 1986 author of the best-selling novel Cold Mountain [8]
Garcia, LilianLilian Garcia 1988 singer and WWE ring announcer [9]
Gibbons, LeezaLeeza Gibbons 1978 actress and former host of Entertainment Tonight TV program, three-time Emmy winner [10]
Daniels, AlexAlex Daniels 1978 Stunt Coordinator and actor, "Borat", "The Guardian", "Dodgeball" [citation needed]
Hill, Lauren MichelleLauren Michelle Hill 2000 actress and February 2001 Playboy Playmate of the Month [citation needed]
Hoagland, JimJim Hoagland 1961 columnist and former chief foreign correspondent of The Washington Post; two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize [11]
Hootie and the Blowfish all four band members attended the University, drummer Jim Sonefeld played on the USC soccer team [citation needed]
Hughes, JesseJesse Hughes American musician in Eagles of Death Metal group [12]
Johns, JasperJasper Johns artist; attended 1947–48; did not graduate [13]
Littlefield, BruceBruce Littlefield 1989 author, lifestyle expert [14]
Lee, AmosAmos Lee 1999 singer, songwriter, and folk guitarist [15]
Leeke, AliciaAlicia Leeke before 1995 artist, journalist [16]
Parsons, GaryGary Parsons 1978 founder XM Satellite Radio and former executive vice president of MCI [17]
Blue Sky, Blue Sky 1964 painter and sculptor responsible for the mural Tunnelvision [18]
Smith, Jr., W. ThomasW. Thomas Smith, Jr. 1982 author and columnist [19]
Spence, E. LeeE. Lee Spence 1976 author, editor, and pioneer underwater archaeologist who discovered the wreck of the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley in 1970 [20]
Tyler, PatrickPatrick Tyler 1974 chief foreign correspondent for The New York Times [21]
Wright, Van EarlVan Earl Wright 1984 anchor for Fox Sports TV program [22]

Athletics[edit]

Name Class year Notes Reference
Dick Sheridan 1964 former head football coach at North Carolina State University and Furman University [23]
Dale Steele 1976 head football coach at Campbell University [24]
Charlie Weis M.A. 1989 head football coach at the University of Kansas, former head coach of the University of Notre Dame [25]

Baseball[edit]

Name Letter years Notes Reference
Kent Anderson 1982 – 1984 former Major League Baseball infielder [26]
Billy Buckner 2004 right-handed pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks [27]
Brian Buscher 2002 – 2003 infielder for the Minnesota Twins and later assistant coach for Gamecock baseball team (2011-) [28]
DT Cromer 2000 & 2001 former Major League Baseball first baseman for the Cincinnati Reds [29]
Tripp Cromer 1987 – 1989 former Major League Baseball infielder [30]
Jon Coutlangus 2002 – 2003 left-handed pitcher Arizona Diamondbacks [31]
Adam Everett 1997 – 1998 shortstop for the Cleveland Indians and member of gold medal-winning 2000 United States Olympic baseball team [32]
Lee Gronkiewicz 1999 – 2001 pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays [33]
Ed Lynch 1974 – 1977 former Major League Baseball pitcher for the New York Mets and Chicago Cubs and general manager for the Cubs [34]
Marcus McBeth 1999 – 2001 Major League Baseball pitcher [35]
Kevin Melillo 2002 – 2004 infielder for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim [36]
Drew Meyer 2000 – 2002 shortstop for the Texas Rangers [37]
Steve Pearce 2004 – 2005 first baseman for the Baltimore Orioles [38]
Brian Roberts 1999 infielder for the Baltimore Orioles [39]
Justin Smoak 2006 – 2008 first baseman for the Seattle Mariners [40]
Mookie Wilson 1977 former Major League Baseball center fielder for the New York Mets [41]

Men's basketball[edit]

Name Letter years Notes Reference
Renaldo Balkman 2004 – 2006 NBA player [42]
Tom Boswell 1975 former NBA player [43]
Mike Brittain 1982 – 1985 former NBA player [44]
Bobby Cremins 1968 – 1970 former Georgia Tech and current College of Charleston head basketball coach [45]
Mike Dunleavy, Sr. 1973 – 1976 former NBA player, head coach and general manager of the Los Angeles Clippers [46]
Chuck Eidson 1999 – 2003 former MVP of the German Basketball Bundesliga and player in Eurocup [47]
Alex English 1973 – 1976 NBA Hall of Famer (highest scorer in the 1980s and seventh all-time scorer with 25,343 points) [48]
Jo Jo English 1989 – 1992 former NBA player [49]
Jim Fox 1964 – 1965 former NBA player [50]
Gary Gregor 1965, 1967 – 1968 former NBA player [51]
Skip Harlicka 1965 – 1968 former NBA player [52]
Kevin Joyce 1971 – 1973 former ABA player [53]
Tre' Kelley 2004 – 2007 player in the Croatian league [54]
Tarence Kinsey 2003 – 2006 NBA player [55]
BJ McKie 1996 – 1999 three-time All-SEC basketball player; the school's all-time leading scorer [56]
Tom Owens 1969 – 1971 former NBA player [57]
Brent Price 1988 – 1989 former NBA player [58]
Tom Riker 1970 – 1972 former NBA player [59]
John Roche 1969 – 1971 former NBA player [60]
Scott Sanderson 1981 – 1984 head basketball coach at Lipscomb University [61]
Ryan Stack 1995 – 1998 former NBA player [62]
Brandon Wallace 2004 – 2007 former NBA player [63]
Jamie Watson 1991 – 1994 former NBA player [64]
Brian Winters 1972 – 1974 former NBA player, coach of WNBA's Indiana Fever [65]

Football[edit]

Name Letter years Notes Reference
John Abraham 1996 – 1999 NFL player [66]
Tom Addison 1955 – 1957 American Football League All-Star (Boston Patriots) and founder of American Football League Players Association [67]
Fred Bennett 2003 – 2006 former NFL player [68]
Sheldon Brown 1998 – 2001 former NFL player [69]
Justice Cunningham 2009 – 2012 2013 Mr. Irrelevant [70]
Mark Dantonio 1976 – 1978 current Michigan State University head football coach [71]
Zola Davis 1995 – 1998 NFL and XFL player [72]
Brad Edwards 1984 – 1987 former NFL player and athletic director of Newberry College [73]
Kalimba Edwards 1998 – 2001 former NFL player [74]
Harold Green 1986 – 1989 former NFL player [75]
Darren Hambrick 1996 – 1997 former NFL player [76]
Alex Hawkins 1956 – 1958 former NFL player and ACC Player of the Year in 1958 [77]
DeVonte Holloman 2009 – 2012 NFL player [78]
Corey Jenkins 2001 – 2002 former NFL player [79]
Langston Moore 1999 – 2002 former NFL player [80]
Willie Offord 1998 – 2001 former NFL player [81]
Dan Reeves 1962 – 1964 former NFL player and head coach [82]
Sidney Rice 2005 – 2006 NFL player [83]
Dunta Robinson 2001 – 2003 NFL player [84]
Marcus Robinson 1993 – 1994, 1996 former NFL player [85]
George Rogers 1977 – 1980 former No. 1 draft pick in the NFL, 1980 Heisman Trophy winner [86]
Sterling Sharpe 1983, 1985 – 1987 former NFL player and ESPN football analyst [87]
Duce Staley 1995 – 1996 former NFL player and Gamecock Radio Network sideline reporter [88]
Ryan Succop 2005 – 2008 kicker, 2009 Mr. Irrelevant [89]
Kenny McKinley 2005 – 2008 Former NFL player [90]
Rod Trafford 1999 – 2001 NFL player [91]
Travelle Wharton 2000 – 2003 NFL player [92]
Troy Williamson 2002 – 2004 NFL player [93]
Johnathan Joseph 2004 – 2005 NFL player [94]
Ko Simpson 2004 – 2005 NFL player [95]
Eric Norwood 2006 – 2009 NFL player [96]
Chris Culliver 2007 – 2010 NFL player [97]
Cliff Matthews (American football) 2009 – 2010 NFL player [98]
Tori Gurley 2009 – 2010 NFL player [99]
Weslye Saunders 2009 – 2010 NFL player [100]
Stephon Gilmore 2009 – 2011 NFL player [101]
Alshon Jeffery 2009 – 2011 NFL player [102]
Melvin Ingram 2009 – 2011 NFL player [103]

Men's soccer[edit]

Name Letter years Notes Reference
Guzan, BradBrad Guzan 2003 – 2004 goalkeeper for Aston Villa in the Premier League [104]
Hankinson, TimTim Hankinson 1973 – 1977 Head coach of the San Antonio Scorpions in the North American Soccer League [citation needed]
Mathis, ClintClint Mathis 1994 – 1997 retired forward for Real Salt Lake in Major League Soccer [105]
Wolff, JoshJosh Wolff 1995 – 1997 forward for D.C. United in Major League Soccer [106]

Other sports[edit]

Name Letter years Notes Reference
Aleen Bailey 2002 – 2003 Olympic gold medalist [107]
Dawn Ellerbe 1993 – 1997 track-and-field champion, United States Olympian [108]
Otis Harris 2001 – 2004 Olympic gold and silver medalist [109]
Shannon Johnson 1992 – 1996 second all-time leading scorer in women's basketball history (2,230 points), member of gold medal-winning 2004 U.S. Olympic basketball team, and four-time WNBA all-star [110]
Terrence Trammell 1998 – 2000 Olympic silver medalist in 2000 and 2004; world champion in 60-meter hurdles [111]
Tonique Williams-Darling 1997 – 1998 Olympic gold medalist in 2004 in the 400 meters for the Bahamian team [112]

Business, education, and sciences[edit]

Name Class year Notes Reference
Joseph Burckhalter 1934 retired as distinguished professor emeritus at the University of Michigan and member of the National Inventors Hall of Fame [113]
Charles Dallara 1970 international economist and managing director for the Institute of International Finance [114]
David F. Houston 1887 president of Texas A&M and the University of Texas; Chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis [115]
William "Hootie" Johnson 1953 chairman of the executive committee of Bank of America and former chairman of the Augusta National Golf Club [116]
Carol Keehan 1980 president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association of the United States [117]
Larry Kellner 1981 chairman of the board and CEO of Continental Airlines [118]
David A. King 1983 director of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center [119]
Robert C. McNair 1958 owner of NFL franchise Houston Texans [120]
Darla Moore 1975 financier; the Moore School of Business is named after her [citation needed]
Jacob Shuford 1974 admiral and current president of the United States Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 2004 to present [121]
E. Lee Spence 1976 underwater archaeologist who discovered the wreck of the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley, 1970 [citation needed]
Glenn Tilton 1970 chairman, president, and chief executive officer of United Airlines [122]
John Kenneth Waddell 1988 president of Denmark Technical College [citation needed]
Howard A. Wheeler, Jr. 1961 president of Lowe's Motor Speedway [123]
Lois Privor-Dumm 1988 director of alliances and information for PneumoADIP, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health [citation needed]

Government, law, and politics[edit]

Name Class Notes Reference
Weston Adams 1960 U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Malawi, member of the South Carolina House of Representatives [124]
Lee Atwater 1977 Political consultant/strategist [citation needed]
André Bauer Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina [citation needed]
Stephen K. Benjamin Mayor of Columbia, South Carolina [125]
John E. Courson Republican member, South Carolina Senate [126]
Tom Ervin 1977 Republican member, South Carolina House of Representatives [127]
Alvin Greene Democratic nominee, United States Senate, 2010 [128]
Solomon Blatt, Sr. 1917 Former longtime Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives [129]
Solomon Blatt, Jr. 1941 District Court judge [130]
Andrew Card 1971 former White House chief of staff for President George W. Bush [131]
Katon Dawson 1979 South Carolina Republican Party chairman [132]
Terry Haskins 1981 Law Member of the South Carolina House of Representatives from 1986 until his death in 2000 [133]
Glenn F. McConnell 1972 South Carolina Senate president pro tempore [134]
Melvin Purvis 1925 FBI agent who helped capture 1930s gangsters John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd, and Baby Face Nelson [135]
Joseph O. Rogers, Jr. 1950 Law Member of the South Carolina House of Representatives 1955-1966; Republican gubernatorial nominee 1966; U.S. attorney 1969-1970 [136]
Harry A. Slattery 1944 Undersecretary of the United States Department of the Interior, 1938–39, the so-called Slattery Report [citation needed]
Jean H. Toal 1968 chief justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court [137]
William Henry Wallace 1849 Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives, Confederate States Army brigadier general, Circuit Judge (1877-1893) [138]
Charles S. West 1848 Texas jurist and politician [139]
Knox H. White Law Mayor of Greenville, 1995 – [140]
Hastings Wyman 1964 Law Political consultant, journalist, and author, based in South Carolina and Washington, D.C. [141]

United States Senators from South Carolina[edit]

Name Class year Term in Office Notes Reference
Christie Benet 1902 1918 also coach of the Gamecock football team [142]
Coleman Livingston Blease 1925 – 1931 expelled for plagiarism in 1888, did not graduate; also Governor of South Carolina [citation needed]
Andrew Butler 1817 1846 – 1857 also an author of the Kansas-Nebraska Act [143]
Matthew Butler 1877 – 1895 attended in the late 1850s; did not graduate [144]
Franklin H. Elmore 1819 1850 also United States Representative [145]
Josiah J. Evans 1808 1853 – 1858 [146]
Lindsey Graham 1977 2003 – present also United States Representative [147]
James Henry Hammond 1825 1857 – 1860 also Governor of South Carolina and United States Representative [148]
Wade Hampton III 1836 1879 – 1891 also Governor of South Carolina [149]
William Harper 1808 1826 also a jurist and social and political theorist [150]
Ernest Hollings 1947 1966 – 2005 also Governor of South Carolina [151]
John W. Johnston 1836 1870–1883 also served in Virginia State Senate [152]
Olin D. Johnston 1924 1945 – 1965 also Governor of South Carolina [153]
Alva M. Lumpkin 1908 1941 [154]
George McDuffie 1813 1842 – 1846 also Governor of South Carolina and United States Representative [155]
Stephen Decatur Miller 1808 1831 – 1833 also Governor of South Carolina and United States Representative [156]
William P. Pollock 1891 1918 – 1919 [157]
William C. Preston 1812 1833 – 1842 [158]
Thomas J. Robertson 1843 1868 – 1877 [159]
Donald S. Russell 1925 1965 – 1966 also Governor of South Carolina, United States assistant secretary of state for Administration, and president of the University of South Carolina [160]
Ellison D. Smith 1909 – 1944 Failed freshman year; did not graduate [161]
Thomas A. Wofford 1928 1956 also graduate of the Harvard University Law School, 1931 [162]

United States Representatives from South Carolina[edit]

Name Class year Term in Office Notes Reference
D. Wyatt Aiken 1849 1877 – 1887 [163]
William Aiken, Jr. 1825 1851 – 1857 also Governor of South Carolina [164]
Milledge Luke Bonham 1834 1857 – 1860 also Governor of South Carolina [165]
William Waters Boyce 1853 – 1860 attended in the late 1830s; did not graduate [166]
John Bratton 1850 1884 – 1885 [167]
William H. Brawley 1860 1891 – 1894 [168]
Preston Brooks 1853 – 1857 expelled in 1839 for attempting to free his brother from prison; did not graduate [169]
Joseph R. Bryson 1920 1939 – 1953 [170]
Sampson H. Butler 1839 – 1842 attended in the early 1820s; did not graduate [171]
William Butler 1810 1841 – 1843 [172]
Patrick C. Caldwell 1820 1841 – 1843 [173]
Carroll A. Campbell, Jr. 1979 – 1987 attended in the late 1950s; did not graduate [174]
John Campbell 1819 1837 – 1845 [175]
Robert B. Campbell 1809 1823 – 1825
1834 – 1837
[176]
John Carter 1811 1822 – 1829 [177]
William K. Clowney 1818 1833 – 1835
1837 – 1839
[178]
William F. Colcock 1823 1849 – 1853 [179]
Theodore G. Croft 1897 1904 – 1905 [180]
Mendel Jackson Davis 1970 1971 – 1981 [181]
Warren R. Davis 1810 1827 – 1835 [182]
Butler Derrick 1975 – 1995 [183]
Frederick H. Dominick 1917 – 1933 [184]
J. Edwin Ellerbe 1905 – 1913 [185]
Franklin H. Elmore 1819 1836 – 1839 also United States Senator [186]
John H. Evins 1853 1877 – 1884 [187]
David E. Finley 1885 1899 – 1917 [188]
Allard H. Gasque 1901 1923 – 1938 [189]
Andrew R. Govan 1813 1822 – 1827 [190]
Lindsey Graham 1977 1995 – 2003 also United States Senator [191]
William J. Grayson 1809 1833 – 1837 [192]
James Henry Hammond 1825 1835 – 1836 also United States Senator and Governor of South Carolina [193]
James Butler Hare 1947 1949 – 1951 [citation needed]
John J. Hemphill 1869 1883 – 1893 [194]
Robert W. Hemphill 1936 1957 – 1964 [195]
Kenneth Lamar Holland 1960 1975 – 1983 [196]
John Jenrette 1962 1975 – 1980 [197]
Laurence M. Keitt 1843 1853 – 1860 [198]
George Swinton Legaré 1903 – 1913 [199]
Hugh S. Legaré 1814 1837 – 1839 [200]
Edward C. Mann 1906 1919 – 1921 [201]
James Robert Mann 1947 1969 – 1979 [202]
Richard Irvine Manning I 1811 1834 – 1836 Also Governor of South Carolina [203]
George McDuffie 1813 1821 – 1834 also United States Senator and Governor of South Carolina [204]
John L. McMillan 1939 – 1973 [205]
Thomas S. McMillan 1912 1925 – 1939 [206]
John J. McSwain 1897 1921 – 1936 [207]
Stephen Decatur Miller 1808 1817 – 1819 also United States Senator and Governor of South Carolina [208]
George W. Murray 1893 – 1895
1896 – 1897
attended in the early 1870s; did not graduate [209]
John Light Napier 1972 1981 – 1983 [210]
Wilson Nesbitt 1817 – 1819 left after freshman year in 1805; did not graduate [211]
William T. Nuckolls 1820 1827 – 1833 [212]
Liz J. Patterson 1987 – 1993 attended in the early 1960s; did not graduate [213]
William H. Perry 1885 – 1891 attended in the late 1850s; did not graduate [214]
Francis Wilkinson Pickens 1834 – 1841 attended in the late 1820s; did not graduate; also Governor of South Carolina [215]
Henry L. Pinckney 1812 1833 – 1837 [216]
J. Willard Ragsdale 1913 – 1919 [217]
James P. Richards 1921 1933 – 1957 [218]
John Peter Richardson II 1819 1836 – 1839 also Governor of South Carolina [219]
John S. Richardson 1850 1879 – 1883 [220]
L. Mendel Rivers 1941 – 1970 attended in the late 1920s; did not graduate [221]
James Rogers 1813 1835 – 1837
1839 – 1843
[222]
Richard F. Simpson 1816 1843 – 1849 [223]
Hugo S. Sims, Jr. 1947 1949 – 1951 [224]
Floyd Spence 1952 1971 – 2001 [225]
Robin Tallon 1966 1987 – 1993 [226]
John C. Taylor 1919 1933 – 1939 [227]
Waddy Thompson, Jr. 1814 1835 – 1841 [228]
Samuel W. Trotti 1832 1842 – 1843 [229]
Albert Watson 1950 1963 – 1971 [230]
Joe Wilson 1972 2001 – present [231]
Joseph A. Woodward 1843 – 1853 attended in the mid-1820s; did not graduate [232]

United States Congressmen and Senators from other states[edit]

Name Class year Term in office Notes Reference
Mark Anthony Cooper 1819 1839 – 1841
1842 – 1843
United States Representative from Georgia [233]
David Funderburk 1974 1995 – 1997 United States Representative from North Carolina [234]
Henry Washington Hilliard 1826 1845 – 1851 United States Representative from Alabama [235]
John W. Johnston 1870 – 1883 United States Senator from Virginia [236]
Lewis Charles Levin 1828 1845 – 1851 United States Representative from Pennsylvania and first Jew elected to the United States Congress [237]
Dixon Hall Lewis 1820 1829 – 1844 H
1844 – 1848 S
United States Representative and United States Senator from Alabama [238]
Louis Wigfall 1837 1859 – 1861 United States Senator from Texas [239]

Governors of South Carolina[edit]

Name Class year Term in office Notes Reference
William Aiken, Jr. 1825 1844 – 1846 also United States Representative [240]
David Beasley 1979 1995 – 1999 [241]
Coleman Livingston Blease 1911 – 1915 expelled for plagiarism in 1888; did not graduate; also United States Senator [242]
Milledge Luke Bonham 1834 1862 – 1864 also United States Representative [243]
Carroll A. Campbell, Jr. 1987 – 1995 attended in the late 1950s, did not graduate [244]
John Drayton 1800 – 1802, 1808 – 1810 also United States federal judge [245]
John Geddes 1818 – 1820 attended in the mid-1810s; did not graduate [246]
William Henry Gist 1858 – 1860 expelled in 1827; did not graduate [247]
James Henry Hammond 1825 1842 – 1844 also a United States Senator and a United States Representative [248]
Wade Hampton III 1836 1877 – 1879 also a United States Senator [249]
Joseph Emile Harley 1902 1941 – 1942 [250]
Jim Hodges 1979 1999 – 2003 [251]
Ernest Hollings 1947 1959 – 1963 also United States Senator [252]
Richard Manning Jefferies 1910 1942 – 1943 [253]
Thomas Bothwell Jeter 1846 1880 [254]
David Johnson 1846 – 1848 Attended in the late 1820s; did not graduate [255]
Olin D. Johnston 1924 1935 – 1939
1943 – 1945
also United States Senator [256]
Andrew Gordon Magrath 1831 1864 – 1865 [257]
John Lawrence Manning 1836 1852 – 1854 [258]
Richard Irvine Manning I 1811 1824 – 1826 also United States Representative [259]
George McDuffie 1813 1834 – 1836 also United States Senator and a United States Representative [260]
Robert Evander McNair 1947 1965 – 1971 [261]
John Hugh Means 1832 1850 – 1852 [262]
Stephen Decatur Miller 1808 1828 – 1830 also United States Senator and United States Representative [263]
Franklin J. Moses, Jr. 1872 – 1874 dismissed from freshman class in 1855; did not graduate [264]
Francis Wilkinson Pickens 1860 – 1862 attended in the late 1820s; did not graduate; also United States Representative [265]
John Peter Richardson II 1819 1840 – 1842 also United States Representative [266]
John Peter Richardson III 1849 1886 – 1890 [267]
Richard Riley 1959 1979 – 1987 also U.S. Secretary of Education [268]
Donald S. Russell 1925 1963 – 1965 also United States Senator [269]
William Dunlap Simpson 1843 1879 – 1880 [270]
George Bell Timmerman, Jr. 1937 1955 – 1959 [271]
John C. West 1946 1971 – 1975 [272]

Governors of other states[edit]

Name Class year Term in office Notes Reference
John B. Floyd 1829 1849 – 1852 Governor of Virginia [273]
John Gayle 1815 1831 – 1835 Governor of Alabama [274]
Charles James McDonald 1816 1839 – 1843 Governor of Georgia [275]
William McWillie 1817 1857 – 1859 Governor of Mississippi [276]
John Murphy 1808 1825 – 1829 Governor of Alabama [277]

Military[edit]

Name Class year Notes
John Bratton 1850 Confederate general during the American Civil War
Matthew Butler attended in the late 1850s; did not graduate; Confederate general during the American Civil War
James Ronald Chalmers 1851 Confederate general during the American Civil War
John B. Floyd 1829 Confederate general during the American Civil War and Governor of Virginia
Kathryn Frost 1970 major general in the U.S. Army, at the time the highest-ranked woman in the Army, retired 2005
Martin Witherspoon Gary attended in the early 1850s; did not graduate; Confederate general during the American Civil War
John W. Goodwin 1975 Rear Admiral retired, United States Navy
Maxcy Gregg 1835 Confederate general during the American Civil War
Wade Hampton III 1836 Confederate general during the American Civil War, Governor of South Carolina and United States Senator
Alexander Cheves Haskell 1860 Confederate colonel during the American Civil War
Samuel McGowan 1841 Confederate general during the American Civil War
Jacob L. Shuford 1974 Admiral and President of the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 2004 to 2008
John A. Wharton 1850 Confederate general during the American Civil War
Knox H. White Law school Mayor of Greenville, 1995 – [278]

Religion and ministry[edit]

Name Class year Notes Reference
Stephen Elliott 1825 first bishop of the Georgia [279]
Bryant Wright 1974 president of the Southern Baptist Convention [citation needed]

Presidents of the University of South Carolina[edit]

Faculty and administrators[edit]

Name Years Notes Reference
Edward Porter Alexander 1867–1870 also chief of artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia under General Robert E. Lee and mathematics professor [280]
Charles Bierbauer 2002 – present former CNN senior Washington correspondent [281]
Walter Edgar 1972 – present South Carolina historian [282]
Donald Fowler 1966 – 1968
1971 – present
former chairman of the Democratic National Committee [283]
Lawrence B. Glickman 1992 – present historian of American consumerism [284]

Former faculty and administrators[edit]

Name Years Notes Reference
Robby Benson 1988 – 1990 actor [285]
Thomas Cooper 1819 – 1834 educator, philosopher, and political leader [286]
James Dickey 1969 – 1997 poet and novelist author of Deliverance [287]
Richard Theodore Greener 1873 – 1877 first Black person to graduate from Harvard University and first to teach at the University of South Carolina [288]
Alexander Cheves Haskell 1867 – 1868 professor of law [289]
John LeConte 1856 – 1869 geologist [290]
Joseph LeConte 1856 – 1870 geologist [291]
Francis Lieber 1835 – 1856 jurist and political philosopher [292]
John McLaren McBryde 1882 – 1888 Virginia Tech president [293]
Abioseh Nicol 1990 – 1991 author, diplomat from Sierra Leone; former under-secretary general of the United Nations [294]
Jihan Sadat 1985 – 1986 widow of Anwar Sadat [citation needed]
Emory M. Sneeden 1978 – 1982 United States Court of Appeals Judge [295]
Richard L. Walker 1957 – 1981 former United States ambassador to South Korea [296]
Name Year issued Notes Reference
John Drayton 1807 Governor of South Carolina; pushed for the foundation of South Carolina College to unite the state [297]
Moses Waddel 1807 Educator in South Carolina and Georgia [298]
Thomas Cooper 1833 President of the University of South Carolina [299]
Robert Woodward Barnwell 1842 President of the University of South Carolina [300]
Thomas Green Clemson 1886 agriculturalist [citation needed]
Ellison Capers 1888 Confederate general during the American Civil War [citation needed]
Joseph B. Kershaw 1893 Confederate general during the American Civil War [301]
Hugh Smith Thompson 1900 Governor of South Carolina [citation needed]
James F. Byrnes Governor of South Carolina [302]
Helen Hayes 1979 actress [303]
George W. Bush 2003 President of the United States
First commencement speaker at Colonial Life Arena
[citation needed]
Chris Matthews 2006 TV talk-show host and pundit [citation needed]
Ben Bernanke 2010 Federal Reserve Chairman [citation needed]

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