Start Your College Search at a Fall College Fairhere
Fall is a great time to start your college search. Why? There are tons of college fairs you can attend to learn about the college options available to you.
What to do at a college fair:
At a college fair, you can talk to college admission counselors and collect brochures with information on colleges. Talking one-on-one with admission representatives can give you good insight into the college.
You can ask the college admission counselors about anything college-related you want to know from what student clubs and sports are on campus and what types of college scholarships are available, to what majors are most popular and how the college helps students find jobs after graduation.
National college fair 2013 dates:
Each year, the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) hosts free college fairs in cities across the country. Here’s a list of the upcoming NACAC college fairs:
- September 28 – Chicago
- September 29 – Cincinnati, Milwaukee
- October 1 – Indianapolis, New Orleans
- October 2 – Baton Rouge
- October 5 – Denver
- October 6 – Long Island
- October 10-11 – Kansas City
- October 12 – Jacksonville
- October 13 – Phoenix, Orlando
- October 20 – St. Louis
- October 23 – Ft. Lauderdale
- October 30 – Boise
- November 1-2 – Portland
- November 5 – Spokane
- November 6 – Washington, DC
- November 8-9 – Seattle
- November 10 – Philadelphia
- November 12-13 – Baltimore
- November 14 – Atlantic City
State and regional college fairs:
In addition to national college fairs, several regional and state organizations host college fairs, too. For example, Wisconsin Education Fairs are held at high schools and colleges around the state and the Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling hosts college fairs in various counties in Oregon, California, Idaho and Washington.