Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh’s Education Background

Rush Hudson Limbaugh IIIRush Hudson Limbaugh III was born on January 12, 1951 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. He is the son of Rush Hudson Limbaugh, Jr., a lawyer and U.S. fighter pilot, and Mildred Carolyn “Millie” Limbaugh. Limbaugh graduated from Cape Girardeau, Missouri Central High School in 1969. Limbaugh enrolled in Southeast Missouri State University but left after two semesters and one summer session. Limbaugh was not drafted during the Vietnam War draft lottery. He was also classified as “1-Y” due to a Pilonidal cyst.

Limbaugh’s radio career began even before he graduated high school. He began broadcasting in Missouri under the name Rusty Sharpe in 1967. After Limbaugh left college he immediately went into the radio business. He hosted several types of radio formats through the years, from Top 40 stations to sports radio.

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5 Surprising Celebrity College Dropouts

rush limbaughWho said you had to get a degree to be successful? Don’t get me wrong; college has started many down the road of success, but there are several of today’s rich and famous who just couldn’t seem to make it to graduation today.

Here’s a list of  five celebs that made it big without a degree:

Rush Limbaugh: One of America’s most famous talk-show radio hosts, Limbaugh completed one year at Southeast Missouri State University before he decided to drop out. Whether you agree with his conservative ideas or not, he’s undeniably a household name, and it didn’t take a degree to make him famous. Read the rest of this entry »





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