Here's where Trump's cabinet went to college
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was a section leader in the University of Texas at Austin marching band.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin was a member of the secret society Skull and Bones at Yale University.
Defense Secretary James Mattis got a Bachelor's in history from Central Washington University as part of the ROTC program.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was the student body president at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue also played football at the University of Georgia in Athens, but did not get a scholarship like Zinke had.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross initially wanted to be a writer while at Yale University before turning to finance.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson got a full ride to Yale University after getting one of the highest SAT scores in the Detroit public school system 20 years.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao became a naturalized US citizen during her time at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was reportedly "politically active" during her time at Calvin College in Michigan.
Secretary of Veteran Affairs David Shulkin created a science experiment that was featured in The New York Times while at Hampshire College.
Chief of staff John Kelly graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Boston after serving in the Marine Corps.
Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney graduated from the Georgetown School of Foreign Service with honors.
EPA administrator Scott Pruitt got a baseball scholarship at the University of Kentucky, but after a year, he transferred to Georgetown College, Kentucky — not to be confused with Georgetown University in Washington, DC.