I know you don’t wanna talk about it, but back-to-school season is here. Summer vacay may be over, but, on the bright side, you get to see your crush in bio class every other day — and, if you’re lucky, these college-goin’ celebs.
+ Emma Watson: Brown
Not even Hermione Granger can make a college degree appear out of nowhere! Emma Watson recently made the choice to return to Brown University, where she’s all about the pass/fail system. “The idea of classes being pass/fail makes it sound as if you don’t have to work as hard, but it actually gives you the freedom to try out things that you wouldn’t be able to do if you had to get a certain GPA on your transcript. It lets you take classes that you wouldn’t otherwise,” she told Rookie mag.
+ Dakota Fanning: NYU
Dakota Fanning is all grown up and a sophomore at New York University, but you won’t ever catch her in a college student’s fave attire: sweatpants. “If you ever catch me in sweatpants in class, that’s not good. I’ve tried not to dress like that,” she told People.
+ Miranda Crosgrove: USC
“iCarly” star Miranda Cosgrove is currently attending her first year at USC, where she’s studying film. “USC is cool because they have a lot of programs where they help you. … My dad went to USC and it always had been very important to me and my family,” she told MTV News.
+ Dylan and Cole Sprouse: NYU
Yep, those cute little guys from “The Suite Life of Zach and Cody” are officially all grown up! The 20-year-old actors aren’t the first celebrity twins to take NYU by storm. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen also attended the prestigious Big Apple University.
+ Patrick Schwarzenegger: USC
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son said, “I’ll be back” to USC this fall, where the college sophomore is proud to follow in his big sister’s footsteps. “I’m committed! USC here I come,” Patrick Tweeted last year. “Following in my sister’s foot steps. Officially a Trojan!” I’d so not mind running into this babe in my bio class.
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