Bellarmine graduates of the Political Science Program go on to almost every imaginable occupation, including federal, state, and local government, the military, law, political campaigns, fundraising, political advocacy, international organizations, teaching,
finance, public relations, coaching, business, advertising, and higher education administration.
Recent graduates have pursued graduate degrees at Asbury University, Auburn University, Bellarmine University, Columbia University, Hebrew Union College, Indiana Wesleyan University, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola University (Chicago), Morehead State
University, Nagoya University (Japan), Ohio University, Rutgers University, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Southern College of Optometry, Spalding University, University of Cincinnati, University of Dallas, University of Edinburgh (Scotland),
University of Kentucky, University of Leeds (England), University of Louisville, University of Melbourne (Australia), University of Tennessee, Wake Forest University, and Xavier University.
Graduates have gone to law schools at the University of Louisville, University of Kentucky, Northern Kentucky University, St. Louis University, Washington University in St. Louis, Indiana University-Bloomington, Indiana University-Indianapolis, University of Cincinnati, University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University New Orleans, Marquette University, Lewis & Clark, George Mason University, UCLA, and the University of Notre Dame.
Political Science Outstanding Graduates:
2007: Daniel B. Elliott
2008: Addie Erwin
2009: Danielle Reesor Bladford
2010: Rachel Bledsoe Albritton
2011 (Fall): Kasey Fehler Simpson
2011 (Spring): Bethany Morse
2012: Benjamin Siegel
2013: Aaron Williams
2014: Wesley Scott
2015: Angela London
2016: Patrick Griffo
2017: Thomas Gunnar Kehrt-Reese
2018: Alexandria Thompson
2019: Kayla Martin
2020: Emily Compton
Recent Graduates Who are Elected Officials:
Daniel B. Elliott, Representative, Kentucky Legislature, House District 54