Munoz graduated with a 3.67 grade-point average and won the 2004 National College Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award, named the Vincent dePaul Draddy Trophy. He graduate in political science in the fall and has been a regular member of the University's Dean's List. Munoz was also elected to the 2002 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team and a three-time Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll member.
A member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, he spoke at schools and churches in the Knoxville area. He participated in a Red Cross Relief Fund, a Softball Home Run Derby, and yearly hospital visits. Munoz has served as an instructor with a Boys and Girls Club Camp and has participated in Camp Kionia, a camp for children with special needs.
The Woody Hayes National Scholar Athlete Awards are presented annually as a living memory to former Ohio State football coach Woody Hayes. They honor the outstanding man and woman in each of the three collegiate divisions for demonstrated excellence in academics, athletics and community service.