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Springfield National College Fair
Colleges are Eager to Meet High School Students Virtually
Some Spring 2022 National College Fairs continue to use a Virtual Platform. With in-person events limited across the country, college admissions offices are eager to connect with sophomores, juniors and seniors who are looking toward postsecondary education.
Virtual College Fairs, sponsored by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), are a timesaving opportunity for students and parents to gather a lot of information in one day. College admissions representatives will be online to answer key questions ranging from acceptance policies to student–faculty ratio.
NACAC’s Virtual College Fairs are one-day events that are free to attend. These interactive events are designed with the mobile user in mind. Students can login from their phones or computers. Students and parents are invited to attend one or all of these online events. Approximately 200 college and university representatives will be online and available to answer questions. Students and parents will also be able to schedule one-on-one virtual meetings.
NACAC Virtual College Fairs
Virtual College Fair
Sunday, April 3, 2022
Multi-Session Student Pathways Virtual College Fair
Tuesday, April 12, 2022
Multi-Session Virtual College Fair
Tuesday, April 26, 2022
New England Board of Higher Education - Tuition Break
NEBHE’s Tuition Break program, the New England Regional Student Program (RSP), provides significant tuition savings to residents of the six New England states when they enroll at out-of-state public colleges and universities within New England and pursue approved programs.
While many students have adapted to learning online via video conferencing, or an in-person/remote hybrid model, they should continue to prepare for what happens after graduation. Students should take this opportunity to reach out to their college counselors. Guidance office personnel are working hard to make sure students have the tools they need to search for the right college. Students should ask their counselors about virtual events in their community. Colleges are looking forward to connecting with students and their parents during these online events.
Read through this issue of College Fair Guide. There are many articles, charts, useful hints and items of information which will be helpful to you. The more prepared you are for these Virtual Fairs, the more you’ll get out of them.
National Association for College Admission Counseling
1050 North Highland Street
Arlington, VA 22201
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