Tiffany Trump was reportedly spotted touring Harvard Law School on Dec. 6 alongside a bevy of Secret Service agents.
Some students say they saw President-elect Donald Trump's youngest daughter touring their campus firsthand, Politico reports.
"We were sitting in the lounge area in the student center, and I saw a tall blonde girl walking through and I recognized her," said one student.
Another said they saw her wearing all black while entering the library, allegedly capturing a photograph of the young woman, reports Above The Law.
Tiffany, 23, the daughter of the president-elect and his ex-wife, Marla Maples, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May, the Daily Mail reports.
She earned a degree in sociology and urban studies. Her father says she was a good student.
"She’s got all A’s at Penn, so we’re proud of her,” the president-elect said in a 2014 interview with People magazine.
Many wondered if Tiffany would follow a business path like other members of the family, but now some think she is attempting to pave a different road for herself.
“I got this,” wrote Tiffany on an Instagram photo of LSAT books she posted earlier in 2016.
Sources indicate she took the LSAT test on Dec. 3.
Representatives for Trump's team and Harvard have yet to make any official comments on the tour.
Already the alleged tour is sparking controversy, with some believing Tiffany will get in solely because of her money and status.
"There isn't a university that will turn her down or give her bad grades now her father is President," wrote one Daily Mail reader.
Others defended the young woman.
"Good for her," one user wrote. "Bright young woman wants a solid future. One of the things I respect about Trump is that he takes care of all his children. Cut the kid a break, she could be cashing in on her name and becoming a faux model like Jenner, Hadids."
If Tiffany were accepted, she'd be attending alongside another first daughter: Malia Obama.
“The President and Mrs. Obama announced today that their daughter Malia will attend Harvard University in the fall of 2017 as a member of the Class of 2021. Malia will take a gap year before beginning school,” the White House said in a statement, the New York Times reported in May.