Back to School: Mark Zuckerberg Returns to Old Harvard Dorm, Relives Creation of Facebook

The billionaire recorded the visit on Facebook Live.

Mark Zuckerberg returned to Harvard to give their commencement speech, but not before the college dropout went back to the dorm room where Facebook was conceived.

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The billionaire was seen on his old stomping grounds, even using Facebook Live to give a tour of his old dorm room.

“It mostly looks the same,” he said.

He then showed off where his empire began.

"This is where I programmed Facebook,” he recalled as he gestured toward a desk. “It took about two weeks."

He also posted a throwback video of the moment he found out he was accepted to Harvard. The home video was recorded by his proud dad.

Zuckerberg famously dropped out during his sophomore year to focus on Facebook. He was on campus on Thursday to finally receive a diploma while delivering the commencement address to the class of 2017.

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He posted a picture on his Facebook page with his parents featuring the caption: “Mom, I always told you I’d come back and get my degree."

At 33, Zuckerberg is the youngest person to ever give the Harvard commencement speech.

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