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Put you in the mansion, somewhere in Wiscansin.

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“Wiscansin University-:We ignore what matters most and focus on having the most fun. Join our community of students, faculty, alumni, and those who’ve never actually enrolled but hang out on campus anyways.”

If that sounds like the school for you, T-Pain is taking applicants.

He has revealed he’s created his own school: Wiscansin University, in the fictitious town of Wiscansin, Wisconsin.

I am honored and privileged to be the 22nd dean to lead Wiscansin University. I believe Wiscansin is truly an inspiring place, and I want to ensure that our programs continue to be poised for growth for the many years to come. I look forward to the many adventures and achievements we will embark on together. -Tallahassee R. Pain, PhD, Dean

If anyone remembers the iconic moment back in 2008 in his famous song “Can’t Believe It,” where he pronounced Wisconsin as “Wiscansin” to make it rhyme with “mansion”.

Some course descriptions?

The Art of Sprung: The Art of Sprung will provide methods for overcoming the barriers that lie within and enhance the individual’s flirting IQ. In this course, you will learn tools to develop yourself in your relationships as well as quickly pick up on the signs you’re vibing with someone.”

“Accounting for Strippers: This class is solely offered to students that are participating in the wholesome part time activity of night dancing. We will provide students with methods of developing managerial accounting skills, balancing sheet-assets, liabilities, and equity-along with their consequences for net income and cash flows. By the conclusion of this beautiful course, the individual will be able to review 401k’s on their iWatch while hitting their signature move on the pole.”

and most famously..

“The History of Autotune: In this course, we will explain the basics of getting the best sounding results from any Auto-Tune program. We’ll also dive into the many techniques used in pop music today. Some of these include understanding pitch correction and achieving natural results with tuned vocals”

Clearly, this school is the real deal. With such a scholarly alumni of Kanye West, Mary J. Blige, Chance The Rapper, DJ Khaled and Jamie Foxx, and an with an average 2.5 GPA and 75 uncertified professors, you’re seriously in for a Harvard level of excellence.

With that being said, he is selling some of his mandatory school supplies for the college here, just so your prepared for your first day of class (while looking extra fly).

 

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Erin Whitten is currently CMN's Senior Correspondent and is currently a student at Arizona State University majoring in Mass Communications and Media Studies.

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