Former President Will Appear at UB on April 10th
Buffalo, NY – Former President Bill Clinton will be at the University at Buffalo as a "student choice" speaker at 4 p.m. on April 10 in Alumni Arena on the UB North (Amherst)Campus.
The speech by the 42nd President of the United States is expected to focus on national and world events. Clinton will take questions from the audience.
Clinton, who has waived his honorarium for the speech, was invited to speak by UB and its undergraduate Student Association. Student leaders reported Clinton was their first choice for a speaker this academic year and said no other speaker would generate as much student interest.
No admission will be charged for the lecture, however, tickets will be required. There will be a limit of two tickets per person.
UB students will have an initial, exclusive time period -- from March 6-15 -- to pick up their free tickets. Should any tickets remain after the students-only ticketing opportunity, UB faculty and staff will have access to them beginning March 19. Starting March 26, the general public is invited to claim tickets, should any continue to be available.