Jazz Jennings is Choosing Between These Two Colleges!

One is an Ivy League university!

On this past season of I Am Jazz, we saw Jazz Jennings turn 18 and start to think about her future, including where she'll go to college. Now, she's revealing the acceptance letters from the two universities at the top of her list!

Harvard

The first is Harvard! It seems that Jazz's years of activism and academic exellence (HELLO 5.4 GPA) were noticed by the Ivy League university.

Pomona College

The second is Pomona College! The super selective liberal arts college is located in Claremont, California. Last season, Jazz let on that she was interested in moving out West, so this could be the perfect opportunity!

Wishing Jazz luck in making this exciting decision! Find out what she chooses on the next season of I Am Jazz, but in the meantime rewatch full episodes on TLC GO!

Keep Reading

Next Up

Jazz Jennings Updates Fans after Gender Confirmation Surgery

Plus, see a video from the morning of her big surgery!

I Am Jazz is Nominated for a GLAAD Award!

We're thrilled to announce that I Am Jazz is nominated for a GLAAD Media Award!

Jazz Offers Words of Support for Transgender Military Members

Jazz Jennings is always an activist for the LGBTQ+ community.

See the Surprise Bedroom Makeover Jana Duggar and Siblings Pulled Off for Their Parents!

The before-and-after pictures from the Counting On star will make you want to grab your tool belt!

Little People, Big World’s Tori Roloff Gets Real about Mom Life

"Here’s hoping this brings you a good laugh, and hopefully you’re day was better than mine!"

Tips For Young Families

As we’ve seen on Unexpected, every family has strengths, and every family faces challenges.

Find Out the Gender of Zach and Tori Roloff’s Baby!

Zach and Tori excitedly find out the gender of their baby in front of their friends and family!

Jen & Bill of TLC’s Little Couple Show Support for Flood Recovery Efforts in Houston

Houston residents Dr. Jen Arnold and Bill Klein are showing their support for those affected by recent Houston flooding.