President Barack Obama will be delivering a commencement speech at Barnard College at 1:10 pm. ET in New York City on Monday, which will be live streamed at several locations online.

Evan Wolfson, the founder of the pro-gay group Freedom to Marry, will be given an award ahead of the president's speech at the all-women's school on the Columbia University campus. LGBT rights will likely be a topic in Obama's speech, considering he announced he supported legalizing same-sex marriage in an ABC News interview last week.

Women's issues like abortion and birth control have also been at the forefront of the 2012 campaign as Democrats and Republicans spar about birth control, abortion, and working moms. The Barnard commencement speech is an opportunity for Obama to fine tune his message on the topic.

After the speech, Obama is scheduled to shape an appearance on The View and speak at two fundraisers before heading back to D.C., including an event hosted by LGBT activist and singer Ricky Martin.

Below are links to where you can watch Obama's commencement speech: (entire ceremony will be live streamed, beginning at 12:30 p.m. ET) (live at 1:10 p.m. ET)

C-SPAN (live at 1:10 p.m. ET)