Travis Scott intends to enroll at Harvard for architecture studies
Travis Scott desires his success to extend beyond just his music. Travis Scott intends to pursue architecture at Harvard after his Circus Maximus Tour, expressing in an interview his move to Boston as a full-time student in the advanced stages of the admissions process.
“I’m going to Harvard for architecture school,” he stated, recognizing the forthcoming challenge, “I got to work hard to get in. They’re not letting me take any shortcuts.”
Scott intends to begin his studies after concluding the UTOPIA tour in January next year. He affirmed his dedication, stating that post-tour, he’d move to Boston. “It’d probably be like four years,” he said. “I’m still going to make music, of course.”
“And how soon, realistically, could you imagine doing it?” Scott responds, “Well, I told myself after this album I was going to go in. So after the tour.” “Seriously?” “Yeah, seriously,” Scott confirms.
He further mentioned, “I’ve always been into structural design and structural engineering and, you know, trying to just build all different type of things, right?”
In other parts of the interview, Scott reflected on the tragic 2021 Astroworld Festival, acknowledging its devastating impact on families and the city. He mentioned returning to work on the album several months later.