Former President Bill Clinton will deliver the speech at one of UCF's five graduation ceremonies next week, the university announced this afternoon.

You have to have a ticket, though, to attend. Each graduating student has five tickets to give out to family and friends.

Clinton will speak at the commencement event scheduled for 2:30 p.m. on May 2, when he will address graduates of UCF’s College of Health and Public Affairs and the College of Medicine’s Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences.

A total of about 7,800 students are expected to graduate during five ceremonies that will run from May 2 to May 4.

Clinton is the second U.S. president to speak to UCF students at a graduation ceremony, according to the university. Former President Richard M. Nixon spoke to graduates in 1973.

Guest speakers for the other graduation ceremonies next week include Arizona State University President Michael Crow and Florida Supreme Court Justice James E.C. Perry.