Matt Damon headed back to school on Wednesday, for a workout.
The Great Wall star famously dropped out of Harvard University, where he majored in English Literature, to pursue a career in acting, but delighted students at the Boston school as he made use of the Steve Tisch Sports and Fitness Center.
"He was definitely ripped," Josh Morris, a senior at Tufts, told People.com of Damon who was dressed in a New England Patriots hat and a grey Boston Red Sox T-shirt. "I seemed to be the only person who noticed him, and couldn't pass up the opportunity to say hi. He was with an older gentleman who appeared to be a friend or trainer."
"Many students were saying hi, and he seemed very friendly," added Josh. "I assume he knew what he was getting into working out at a university gym."
The 46-year-old Bourne Identity star reportedly worked up a sweat on the StairMaster, lifted weights, and later posed for selfies with some lucky students, including members of the Tufts University women's' field hockey team.
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“Matt Damon just stopping in for a quick workout and to wish the Jumbos best of luck in 2017!” the team posted on their Facebook page.
Damon is a local boy having grown up Cambridge, Massachusetts, with his childhood friend, Ben Affleck, and it was recently announced that he will narrate a documentary about the Boston Marathon.
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