We have compiled information on several College Tour groups and College Fairs traveling during Fall 2013. Please click on the links to find out if a school you are interested in will be traveling to an area near you.
Also, please be sure to check with your school college admission counselor, your local newspaper, or the admission offices of colleges that interest you to find out if, when and where a representative may be presenting information at a College Fair that may take place in an area near you.
1. NACAC Fall 2013 National College Fair
Parents and students participating in the free National College Fairs meet one-on-one with representatives from colleges and universities to discuss admission and financial aid opportunities at their respective institutions. Fairs will be held between September 15 and November 14 in the following states: AL, MN, IL, WI, OH, IN, LA, CO, NY, FL, AZ, MO, ID, OR, WA, DC, MD, and NJ. Check the website for the specific schedule. Register before the fair to make the most of your time onsite and ensure that colleges can follow up with you. (http://www.gotomyncf.com/Registration/EventSelectForState?stateName=All)
Dartmouth College, Northwestern University, Princeton University, University of California-Berkeley, and Vanderbilt University collaborate on a series of events across the country designed to educate students and parents on selective admission, financial aid, and the common admission philosophy shared among the five institutions. Students and parents are encouraged to take this opportunity to speak informally with admission representatives as well as to explore the defining characteristics of each school. This tour takes place between August 25 and October 3 in the following states: TX, LA, AZ, TN, CO, AL, OR, NC, WA, SC, ID, GA. Click on the link (http://www.coasttocoasttour.org) to register.
Each Colleges That Change Lives program begins with a 30-minute panel presentation on completing a college search today, sharing the latest research on specific campus characteristics and learning components that lead to the most successful college experience. Immediately after the panel presentation, the college fair begins, lasting approximately 1.5 hours. Students and families will be able to collect information from and speak directly with admission representatives from the colleges and universities that inspired noted education reporter and former New York Times education editor Loren Pope to write the book Colleges That Change Lives. The program schedule and locations for 2014 will be posted on the website (http://www.ctcl.org/events/programs) early in the new year.
The Claremont Colleges will host an information session by admission representatives from Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, Pitzer, Pomona, and Scripps Colleges. Admission officers will discuss the benefits of attending each individual college, as well as the advantages of participating in one of the strongest and most cohesive college consortia in the nation. The program will include a media presentation, individual college information presentations, a general question-and-answer session, and time at the end of the program for you to speak individually with each college. Check the website (http://www.cmc.edu/admission/ccr.php) in early 2014 for a schedule of Claremont Colleges receptions and registration information.
Parents and students participating in the free Performing and Visual Arts College Fairs interact with admission representatives from a wide range of post-secondary institutions. Fairs will be held between September 23 and October 29 in the following states: PA, MA, NY, DC, FL, GA, LA, MI, MO, IL, MN, OH, CO, TX, NV, CA, OR, and WA. Check the website for the specific schedule. Register before the fair to make the most of your time onsite and ensure that colleges can follow up with you. (http://www.gotomypvafair.com/Registration/EventSelectForState?stateName=All&grdSelectEvents-page=1)
6. 2013 College Days/Nights in Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean
The Council of International Schools, AMIDEAST, College Council and The Fulbright Commission have announced the dates of the Autumn 2013 College/University Student Recruitment Events in Europe and The Eastern Mediterranean. These events, each organized by leading non-profit educational organizations, provide opportunities for students to meet with representatives from colleges and universities to discuss the admissions process. Contact the email addresses listed for more information.
|Date||Name||Sponsor||Contact for More Information|
|September 27/28||USA College Day in London||The Fulbright Commissionemail@example.com|
|September 29||CIS Paris College Day||Council of Intl Schools (CIS)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|October 1||Brussels College Night||The Fulbright Commissionemail@example.com|
|October 2||CIS Geneva College Night||CISfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|October 3||CIS Zurich College Night||CISemail@example.com|
|October 7||Athens US University Fair||The Fulbright Commissionfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|October 8||Nicosia US University Fair||Cyprus Fulbright Foundationemail@example.com|
|October 11||American College Fair in Cairo||AMIDEASTfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|October 12||American College Fair in Alexandria||AMIDEASTemail@example.com|
|October 14||Munich International College Day||College Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|October 16||Berlin International College Day||College Councilemail@example.com|
7. Study Life USA
Click on this link for a list of international education fairs taking place during Fall 2013: