Famous Alumni of Wiley College - Celebrities from Wiley College

Sprawled across 70 acres of land, the Wiley College is one of the beautiful and peaceful colleges located on the west side of Marshall, Texas. It was founded in 1873 and is ranked one of the best colleges in terms of education and recreational and sporting activities. The college offers education through various programs like Social Sciences & Humanities, Business & Technology, and Sciences. The architectural buildings attract students and people from outside as well. Michael Lewis, an American non-fiction author and journalist, best known for his best-selling books like Liar's Poker, The New New Thing, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game, and Panic studied at the Wiley college. James Wheaton, a television actor who acted in the Trouble Comes to Town and Sanford and Son and George Lucas's THX 1138 is also an alumnus of Wiley College. Walter McAfee, the Afro-American scientist to be a part of the world's first lunar radar echo experiments received his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the Wiley College. The Afro-American chemist, Henry Ransom Cecil McBay who is also a teacher by profession received many awards such as The Nortan Prize, The Herty Award, The Norris Award, and several other awards for his contribution to chemistry. Mike Lewis, Kenny Dorham, James L. Farmer, Jr. are a few alumni of Wiley College. Scroll down to get more details about all the famous Wiley College alumni.

Check out the list of notable Wiley College alumni. Some of the notable Wiley College students are James L. Farmer, Jr., James Wheaton, Heman Marion Sweatt, Conrad O. Johnson and Henry Cecil McBay.

The Most Famous Alumni of Wiley College

NameBirthdayNationalityBio
James FarmerJanuary 12, 1920AmericanJames Farmer was a civil rights activist and leader of the Civil Rights Movement who staged nonviolent protests against racial discrimination in America
James Farmer

James Farmer

James Farmer was a civil rights activist and leader of the Civil Rights Movement who staged nonviolent protests against racial discrimination in America

AmericanJanuary 12, 1920175 views