Students in a teacher education class

Successful Alumni

Hayley Luna

"Coe helped me acquire an impressive resume, academic skills and networking abilities that were key to my acceptance into a top law school."

Hayley Luna graduated from Coe in 2019 with majors in political science and international business. She is continuing her academic career at Emory University Law School where she earned a full scholarship. 

Allison Bailey graduated from Coe in 2017. She was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to teach English in Bulgaria.

Allison Bailey

Sharon Mutwiwa graduated from Coe in 2016 with majors in political science and economics. She won the 2016 Fred Willhoite Prize for Excellence in Political Science. Sharon is operations manager for EducationMatters in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Sharon Mutwiwa

Reid Galbraith graduated from Coe in 2013, double majoring in political science and economics. Reid is living in Boulder, Colorado, and entering his second year of law school at the University of Colorado. He is also working in the Appeals and Extraditions Division at the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.

"Coe's professors and coaches have a unique dedication to ensuring that students are able to pursue a wide variety of interests, while pushing students to achieve all that they are capable of in their respective endeavors. It's a testament to their commitment and the culture of Coe generally that students are consistently able to thrive in graduate and professional programs across the country." — Reid Galbraith '13

Reid Galbraith

Molly Adams graduated in 2012 with a major in political science and a minor in history. A native of Lake Bluff, Illinois, she served for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar, working in areas of education and small business development. Molly is enrolled in graduate school at Columbia University in New York City pursuing a Master of Public Affairs degree in international development.

"Coe College was a wonderful place for me to cultivate a deep passion for learning. The liberal arts curriculum along with supportive professors led me to participate in activities that I may not have otherwise." — Molly Adams '12

Molly Adams