On Thursday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will give the commencement address at Harvard, his alma mater and where he founded Facebook (which may explain why he never actually graduated).
Zuckerberg is set to speak to Harvard’s class of 2017 around 3 pm ET Thursday, and you can watch his speech online. The college will be streaming the speech here, but you can also watch it from Zuckerberg’s Facebook page below.
Zuckerberg’s speech is about as highly anticipated as a college commencement speech can get, mostly because he seems really excited to be back, sharing a number of video posts related to his return to Harvard over the past few months.
The first was this dad-tastic video announcing the commencement address that Zuckerberg filmed with Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who gave the commencement address when Zuckerberg’s wife, Priscilla Chan, graduated from Harvard 10 years ago.
Then Zuckerberg shared this great video his own father took of when a 17-year-old Zuck found out he was getting into Harvard from his bunkbed. Then on Tuesday, Zuckerberg posted a live video with Chan of the two of them touring his old dorm room at Kirkland House.
“I'll share what I've learned about our generation and the world we’re all building together,” Zuckerberg said Wednesday of the speech. “This is personally important to me and I’ve been writing it for a while.”
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.