U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s younger daughter Tiffany Trump reportedly toured Harvard Law School on Tuesday, leading to speculation regarding her future study plans.

Tiffany, 23, is the only child of Trump and Marla Maples. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania — just like her father and older half-sister Ivanka — this spring, majoring in sociology and urban studies. The president-elect told People magazine in 2014: “She’s got all A’s at Penn, so we’re proud of her.”

A number of on-campus sources were cited by reports saying that they noticed the young celebrity on campus surrounded by her Secret Service detail. Politico quoted a student as saying: “We were sitting in the lounge area in the student center, and I saw a tall blond girl walking through and I recognized her.”

Another said Tiffany was spotted entering the library, wearing all black.

While an article published earlier this year by Teen Vogue said the youngest Trump daughter was looking at a career in law, Tiffany confirmed this by posting a picture of LSAT prep books with the phrase “I got this” on her Instagram handle, garnering over 6,000 likes.

According to the legal blog Above the Law, Tiffany has taken the LSAT and her visit to Harvard could be an indicator that she is quite confident about her results. The blog also added what seemed like a Snapchat screenshot of Tiffany walking the hallways.

 In the past, Tiffany has dabbled in modeling, interned with Vogue — reportedly courtesy Ivanka — and released a song — “Like a Bird” — which unfortunately did not pick up.

While some say that it may be easy for her to make it to the prestigious institution as her father is set to be the president, Trump has not received much support from the Ivy League institution. The university, as well as a spokesperson for the Trump Organization, declined to comment on the visit, Politico reported.