President Obama will deliver a speech at the U.S. Naval Academy's graduation in May.

The Naval Academy's superintendent, Vice Admiral Michael Miller, told the school's Board of Visitors on Monday that Obama would be the keynote speaker at the May 24 graduation, according to the Associated Press.

Sixteen presidents in total have spoken to graduating classes at the Naval Academy, more than at any other service academy, according to academy spokeswoman Judy Campbell.

Obama's speech will be the second graduation speech he delivers to the Naval Academy. His first speech was in 2009.

Obama is also scheduled to deliver the commencement address at the Ohio State University.