Kyle Rittenhouse, the teen who drew national attention for fatally shooting two men and wounded another man in Kenosha, Wisconsin, recently announced that he would attend Texas A&M this upcoming semester. On Monday, the university said that isn't the case.

Rittenhouse, 19, said during his Friday appearance on “The Charlie Kirk Show” that he will be attending Texas A&M. He even added details like that he hadn't "declared a major yet" but that his end goal is to become a pilot.

“I’m going to be going there. It’s going to be awesome. Beautiful campus, amazing people, amazing food,” Rittenhouse said.

"It’s going to be an amazing experience where I can go and finally get an education. Over the past six months, I’ve been out having fun, living my life being a free man. Now it's time to go and get an education, get good grades, and be successful in life,” he said.

Texas A&M confirmed that he had not applied or been admitted to the school.

"He is not a student this summer and has not been admitted as a student this fall," Texas A&M spokesperson Kelly Brown told USA TODAY on Monday.

Rittenhouse later tweeted on Monday that he will actually be attending Blinn College District, a feeder school for Texas A&M, because “the end of his high school career was robbed from him.”

The Texas A&M registration ended in March. Rittenhouse said that he did not have enough time to "properly prepare."

“I am looking forward to making the move to Texas at the end of the month,” Rittenhouse also tweeted.