Malia Obama, the older of President Barack Obama’s two daughters, visited the campuses of Harvard University and Tufts University on Wednesday.
The two Boston area schools mark the ninth and 10th schools the high school junior has thus far visited, reports Boston.com.
At Harvard, the law school alma mater of both Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, at least one student managed to snap a selfie with the 16-year-old first daughter.
The Tufts visit “did not cause much of a commotion,” Boston.com notes.
Harvard is a famous Ivy League school where the total cost for undergraduate tuition, fees and room and board is $58,607 per year.
Tufts University is a marginally prestigious school where the annual total cost for undergraduate tuition, fees and room and board is $61,277. That’s more than 60 percent of all Americans earn in each year.
Along with her younger sister, Malia Obama currently attends Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. Tuition per student at the private school is $36,264 per year (but that includes a hot lunch). (RELATED: The School Lunches Malia And Sasha Eat Vs. The Crap Michelle Obama Has Foisted On America)
In addition to Harvard and Tufts, the elder Obama daughter visited Brown University, Yale University, Wesleyan University and Princeton University earlier this week.
She has also visited New York University, Columbia University, Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley.