Would You Consider College If These Celebs Were Your Professor?

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STANFORD, CA -- It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out a college education in America is more expensive than ever.

Depending on where you go it can set you back more than $30,000 a year! But what's the "value" if a high profile celebrity was your teacher?

Well, Tyra Banks landed a gig at Stanford University as America's next top professor!

The same Tyra who brought us the fiercest modeling competition on TV will now school graduate students on how to build a personal brand in the spring semester.

Sorry, but they'll be no extra credit for smizing.

Turns out, Ms. banks isn't the only celebrity banking on your education.

Matthew McConaughey is set to teach a course in film at his Alma Mater, The University of Texas in Austin for the fall semester.

Now before you get too excited, the actor is leading an Advanced Producing class through recorded videos. But, McConaughy is expected to pop up in person at least once during the class.

We don't really know his rules,  but we can guess Tyra won't stand for talking in class.

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