attends the premiere of "Kubo and the Two Strings" at AMC Universal City Walk on August 14, 2016 in Universal City, California.
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Students at the University of Texas at Austin won't be sorry to hear that class is finally in session.

Earlier in the summer, UT announced that Matthew McConaughey would be helming a seminar called "Advanced Producing: Script-to-Screen" to 30 extremely lucky students, along with Hunger Games director Gary Ross, and last week, the Academy Award-winning actor stopped in to meet his class for the first time.

On Monday, the Moody College of Communications took to Twitter to post a behind-the-scenes shot of the hunky UT alum sitting in front of his students, and something tells us they're definitely ready for back to school.

In the shot, the 46-year-old actor is dressed casually in a blue graphic T-shirt and a black baseball cap as he addresses the class.

While only 30 students can expect to see the Dallas Buyers Club star on a more regular basis (he will teach mostly through pre-recorded videos), fans should keep an eye out for McConaughey sightings on campus!