SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV/WROC) — President Joe Biden’s visit to Central New York Thursday is imminent. Here’s what you should expect from Commander-in-Chief:

The president’s visit will start as soon as Air Force 1 lands at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base around 12:30 p.m. According to White House officials, Biden’s opening remarks won’t come until 3:30 p.m. during his speech on the campus of Onondaga Community College.

Earlier in the day, OCC alerted campus that classes are cancelled Thursday. The YMCA at the SRC Arena is closed on Wednesday and Thursday.

The White House didn’t publicly release times for all the events, details on who will be invited, or ways for the public to interact with the President.

Public records show airspace over Syracuse is restricted from 1:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. Thursday.

The White House describes the event as: “the President will travel to Syracuse, New York. The President will deliver remarks on Micron’s plan to invest in CHIPS manufacturing in upstate New York, which will create good-paying jobs and help ensure the future is made in America.”

Micron already announced its plans to invest more than $100 billion in a computer chip-making “megafab” campus in the Town of Clay. The fabrication facility will be the largest in U.S. history and will support nearly 50,000 New York jobs, the company said.

Rochester leaders are saying it will create 45,000 new jobs over 20 years (9,000 campus jobs and the rest community-based), and many of the skilled workers needed just might be coming from the Rochester region’s universities and schools.

“It’s the Super Bowl, it’s a World Series for economic development, and Central New York won that yesterday,” said Bob Duffy with the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce.

Governor Kathy Hochul and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer are expected to join Biden for the visit.

News 8 will provide full coverage of the president’s visit on its regularly scheduled television broadcast along with a live stream of Biden’s speech on