Millie Bobby Brown enrolls at Purdue University to study human services

By enrolling in college during the height of her stardom, Millie Bobby Brown is following in the footsteps of Emma Watson, Brooke Shields, and Jodie Foster, three other former child stars.

The "Stranger Things" actress, who portrays Eleven in the popular Netflix series, confirmed she has enrolled at Purdue University in Indiana, where she plans to major in human services.

Tim Doty, the director of media and public relations at the university, told The Post that it's likely the actress is enrolled in Purdue Global, the school's online programme.

The actress responded when asked if she could handle the increasing responsibility that comes with fame: "Of course, people can look at it as pressure or intimidating, but I think it's the most fascinating aspect of my profession."

People are all staring at me, wondering, "What are you going to say, Millie?" she said. Young ladies deserve an education, I'm going to say.

All young individuals should have equal rights. You have a right to love the people you desire. Be the people you want to be and realise your goals by becoming who you want to be. My message is that.

At the end of the day, the two-time Emmy nominee added, she just wants to "assist young ladies and young people."

"I'm not this flawless person who appears in Stranger Things and sells skin care goods. I've definitely made bad decisions, she continued.