You'd think you know the Southern Charm gang pretty well by now. With five seasons wrapped and Season 6 about to premiere (catch it on May 15 at 8/7c), we've spent a lot of time with the Charleston-based crew. But do you happen to know where any of the Charm-ers went to college? Don't worry: There's no pop quiz. We studied up on that for you.
His Bravo bio calls it: Craig is a "former college playboy." But where, exactly, did he play the field? The Delaware native initially moved to Charleston to attend the College of Charleston, where he studied finance. Next, he studied at the Charleston School of Law, and he was sworn into the South Carolina Bar last year. But even though he's a lawyer now, that doesn't squeeze out Craig's love of pillow design.
Following in the footsteps of her politically-minded family, Kathryn studied politics, journalism, and feminism at the University of South Carolina. She's also worked in politics, on both the federal and state level. Now out of the political realm, Kathryn is pursuing various passions in furniture design, fashion, and more.
Who needs college when you have the real world... er, The Real World, as your teacher? In 2004, Cameran appeared on The Real World: San Diego at just 19 years old. She's since had stints in the cosmetics industry and in real estate.
The beer entrepreneur probably never missed a keg party during his time at the University of Alabama. Even so, he managed to graduate in 2010 with a bachelor's of science degree in business Administration and management. We hear he was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, and that he spent a semester studying in Prague.
Though there's no record of this hairstyling pro having attended college, she is an alum of something far more daunting: Survivor Island. That's right: Chelsea competed in Survivor Season 24. Read up on her experience here.
The Southern bachelor studied business at both the University of Georgia and the Vanderbilt University School of Management. That degree came in handy, considering Shep now handles many business ventures. Along with being an investor in several local bars, his own line of clothing, Shep Gear.
Just like her ex Craig, Naomie went to the College of Charleston. After participating in the school's MBA program, Naomie went on to found her own e-commerce company: L'ABEYE.
The Charleston native graduated a year early from Clemson, where she majored in parks, recreation, and tourism management. While she was still a student, the enterprising Eliza started a business selling her own bracelets and candles. That's not all: She's also a model.
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