Oscar-winning Matthew McConaughey took a break from appearing in Lincoln ads and teaching to give students from the University of Texas a ride in a Lincoln golf cart Monday.

UT’s student government posted a photo of McConaughey giving the students a lift on their Facebook page writing “Longhorns take care of each other, and it's 'safe' to say Matthew McConaughey agrees.”

McConaughey was giving the ride as a part of the university’s SURE Walk program created to help students get home safely when walking from campus from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Comments on the The University of Texas Student Government’s post included the question on everyone’s mind: “Can visiting moms use this service lol just to run into him again?:)” It also included “All-ride, All-ride, All-ride!” a play on McConaughey’s constantly quoted Dazed and Confused line “Alright, alright, alright.” In a comment on the post one of the student’s pictured in the photo posted a photo with McConaughey.

Matthew McCoonaughey and a student
Image via Samantha Hernandez

It’s not the first time McConaughey’s made news at his alma mater. (McConaughey graduated in 1993.) In September he gave UT’s Texas Longhorns a pep talk when the team played Notre Damem, and he is currently teaching a film class at UT’s Moody College of Communication.  

Audiences will see McConaughey this year in True Detective 3 The Dark Tower, adapted from Stephen King’s novel of the same name, opposite Idris Elba. And if you have no interest in the sci-fi epic, you’re bound to see one of McConaughey’s bourbon ads.