Olivia Rodrigo reportedly attends the college music class at the USC

The 19-year-old reportedly surprised students by attending a lecture at USC's Thornton School of Music. As seen in a photo published by TMZ, the pop star is paying close attention during the lecture, while a student captions the shot, "No way I'm in class with Olivia." E! News confirms that the USC Student Directory lists a student named Olivia Rodrigo as a visiting undergraduate student. Per the school's website, a visiting student takes individual classes "for professional or personal development without enrolling in a degree program." However, the university tells E! News that it's "unable to provide information about individual students because of student privacy laws." Hopefully, the class wasn't too brutal for the pop star, who has a previous connection with USC. According to USC Thornton's website, alumni from the studio guitar and popular music programs appeared in Olivia's live performance of "favourite crime." USC's Trojan Marching Band also appear to be big fans of the teen sensation, playing a cover of her hit song during football games.