Your Guide to the 2020 Spring College Fairs

Use College Fair Guide to gather information about upcoming Regional & National College Fairs.
Search below for locations, dates, times, workshops and attending colleges and universities. 

***Due to the recent COVID-19 Outbreak in the U.S., upcoming National College Fairs have been cancelled. Please visit nacacnet.org​ for more information.***

Fall 2017 College Fairs

Research colleges

College Fairs are time-saving opportunities for students and parents to gather a lot of information from a number of colleges, universities and military services in one day. 

Gather information

In addition to asking questions, students and parents can set up college interviews, pick up literature and learn about the various financial aid programs available.

Meet with reps

Students can meet with admissions representatives at their booths to discuss entrance requirements, campus life, application deadlines, majors, student-faculty ratio, etc.

WINTER/SPRING 2020 College Fair Schedule

Saturday, February 8, 2020

Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland

Cleveland, OH

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Florida State Fairgrounds

Tampa, FL

This Fair Has Been Cancelled.

Rochester Riverside Convention Center

Rochester, NY

This Fair Has Been Cancelled.

SRC Arena - Onondoga Community College

Syracuse, NY

This Fair Has Been Cancelled.

Buffalo Niagara Convention Center

Buffalo, NY

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Discovery Sports Center

Boyds, MD

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Connecticut Convention Center

Hartford, CT

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Meadowlands Exposition Center (at Harmon Meadows)

Secaucus, NJ

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex

Landover, MD

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Eastern States Exposition (The Big E)

West Springfield, MA

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Rhode Island Convention Center

Providence, RI

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Hofstra University

Hempstead, NY

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center

New York, NY

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Orange County Community College

Middletown, NY

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Westchester County Center

White Plains, NY

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Northern Westchester BOCES/Fox Lane High School

Bedford, NY

This Fair Has Been Cancelled

Massachusetts Convention Center Authority

Boston, MA

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