NEW YORK, July 17 (UPI) -- Paris-born British actress Emma Watson says she doesn't want any special treatment when she starts college in the United States this fall.
Watson, who reportedly intends to study at Brown University in Rhode Island, discussed her plans for higher education with reporters while promoting her latest film "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" in New York recently.
"I'm a little bit nervous," she admitted when asked about the prospect of sharing a dorm room with a complete stranger. "But I figure if I'm going to have this experience, I'm going to do it properly and I'm going to do it like everyone else. If I want to be treated like everyone else, I'm going to do it like everyone else."
So, what kind of roommate will she be?
"Gosh. Clean? Cleanliness is good. I don't know," she replied. "Hopefully, I'm reasonably OK to live with. You should really ask this question of my family."
"I really hope they are a massive 'Harry Potter' fan, whoever you're rooming with," her co-star Daniel Radcliffe joked. "I hope you walk in and the first thing you see is your face on a duvet (covering someone's bed.)"
"As long as there are no 'Harry Potter' posters on the wall, I'll be fine. I'll be happy," Watson said. "Oh, God. I don't know. It's potluck, isn't it? We'll see."