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Ariana Biermann is sharing more details about her future college plans. The Don’t Be Tardy daughter, who started her freshman year at Georgia State University this fall, recently revealed that she hopes to pursue a degree in fashion.
In a recent interview with Page Six, Ariana opened up about how the coronavirus pandemic changed her decision of where to attend college. “I was supposed to go to ASU, but due to corona and just everything going on in our world, I just decided that was not the best plan for this year,” she explained. “So I am right now taking online classes at Georgia State because it was canceled in person here.
Despite the shift in plans, Ariana is staying focused on her goals for the future. “I’m doing online right now and then my plan for the next couple of years is either to transfer to UCLA and move to L.A. or go to SCAD in Atlanta and study fashion,” she said.
In the meantime, Ariana’s family is thrilled to have her at home. Back in August, Kim Zolciak-Biermann commemorated Ariana’s first day of college on Instagram, writing, "Guess who started college today??! My sweet [Ariana]. I can’t believe it!! Where did the time go?”
She went on to add, “She opted to stay in GA and not attend ASU due to Covid. I’m over the moon about it! The entire family is actually!! She has no plans on staying here next year of course, but I’ll cross that bridge then. We are so proud of you Ana Banana and you will always be my baby no matter what!”
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