Matthew McConaughey Surprises College With a Safe Lift Home
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The 'Interstellar' star rolled up in a golf cart as he gave a free ride to University of Texas students on Monday night.

AceShowbiz - Matthew McConaughey recently surprised a group of University of Texas students as he offered to drive them home safely. The actor was giving the free ride as part of UT's program, which is named "SURE Walk", to help students get home safely when walking from campus around the midnight.

The University of Texas Student Government shared a picture of four lucky students and the actor, who is seen gripping the wheel of a golf cart. The Facebook post was captioned with, "Longhorns take care of each other, and it's 'safe' to say Matthew McConaughey agrees. Don't forget to use SURE Walk when traveling home late at night; you never know who might pick you up! #BeSafe #SafeChats."

"SURE Walk" is a program that started as a buddy walk program in order to get home safely. The program has recently expanded to offer rides on golf carts. Promoting the program, the UT unions re-posted the picture featuring McConaughey giving the students a lift on Instagram and wrote, "Are you SURE you don't want to take a SURE Walk home? You never know when #MatthewMcConaughey might be your ride. He gave a ride to some lucky students last night! New SURE Walk hours are 7 P.M. - 2 A.M. every day! #UTexas #UTAustin #Longhorns #UT20."

Are you SURE you don't want to take a SURE Walk home? ����¯�¿�½������°������¯������¿������½������¯������¿������½������¯������¿������½ You never know when #MatthewMcConaughey might be your ride. ����¯�¿�½������°������¯������¿������½������¯������¿������½������¯������¿������½����¯�¿�½������°������¯������¿������½������¯������¿������½������¯������¿������½ He gave a ride to some lucky students last night! New SURE Walk hours are 7p.m.-2a.m. every day! #UTexas #UTAustin #Longhorns #UT20

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This is not the first time the Oscar-winning actor made news at his alma mater. In September, he gave UT's Texas Longhorns a pitch when the team played Notre Dame. The actor graduated from the University of Texas in 1993 with a BA in radio, television and film. He is currently teaching a film class at UT's Moody College of Communication.

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