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Other than Bill Clinton, have any U.S. presidents attended Georgetown?

Lyndon Baines Johnson briefly attended the Law School in the fall of 1934. Additionally, a number of presidential relatives have been enrolled, including the sons of Martin Van Buren, the adopted sons of Andrew Jackson and James Polk, and the grandnephews of George Washington. Jacqueline Kennedy audited a class in the Foreign Service School in 1954 and Luci Baines Johnson attended the Nursing School for one year while her father was president.