President Obama will appear in a live 30-minute special on all MTV channels on Friday, Oct. 26.
The president will answer questions from young voters in-person in Washington D.C and questions submitted to MTV's Facebook page.
MTV's "Ask Obama Live" is a platform created by the network to allow both Obama, and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney a chance to address young voters' concerns. Several topics of discussion may include educational and financial concerns including rising tuition costs and student loans and many and social issues.
The special will help promote MTV's "Power of 12" campaign which is targeting the 45 million 18 to 29-year-olds eligible to vote.
"MTV said in a statement. "MTV has invited Governor Romney to participate in a live, 30 minute special as well, and hopes to also conduct a sit down interview with him in advance of Election Day."
MTV News correspondents Sway Calloway will sit down with the president in the White House, while Andrew Jenks will sit with young voters at a college campus in Washington, D.C.
Jenks will host a live-stream discussion about the election before and after the broadcast.
Obama supporters still have a chance to have their questions answered by the president. Submit questions to MTV's Facebook page here for a chance to have it answered by the president.
The president's appearance on MTV will come two days after his appearance on "The Tonight Show," and a week after he sat with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show."
"Ask Obama Live: An MTV Interview With the President" will air Friday, October 26 at 5 p.m. across all MTV screens. It will be tape delayed for PT time.
Watch the "Ask Obama Live: An MTV Interview With the President" below.