• The College Board
     
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    NEW: We're hosting a series of virtual college fairs called BIgFuture Days! Connect directly with college representatives, hear from current college students, chat with a college adviser, and more. You can attend any event and more than one. Sign up: http://spr.ly/6013Hn7r9.

     NATIONAL VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIRS
    The University of South Carolina is among more than 500 institutions participating in a National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) virtual college fair series hosted throughout the spring. Events will be offered on January 31, February 28, March 21 and May 7 from 1 - 7 p.m. EST. For more information or to register for the event, students may visit virtualcollegefairs.org/events

    KYACA Virtual College Fair!
    Student registration is now open! Go To College Fairs has a great system in place where students will be able to see what colleges/universities have signed up for the fair so they will know who is coming in advance.

    students can go to https://kyacac.swoogo.com/kyacacvirtual to register for the fairs. Once again, the fairs will be FREE for your students to attend! Please use the document attached when promoting the fair as well, it includes step by step instructions for students and their adults to look at when going through the registration process. Here is a PDF to help with instructions: Student Family School Counselor Step by Step_KYACAC.pdf

    *All times are in eastern standard time (EST)*

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    National Association for College Admission Counselinghttps://www.nacacfairs.org/?_ga=2.5169019.959467412.1596802699-1726992254.1596630206

     

    Register: NACAC Virtual Fair Student Registration

     

    next NACAC Virtual College Fairs are happening soon! 

     

    HBCU Summit Series

     https://hbcusummitseries.com/

     

    College fairs are moving in this direction as well. Below is an opportunity for all grade level students to attend a Virtual College Fair.

     https://virtualcollegefairs.org/

     

    College Fairs Happening Soon

       

    Fair Sponsor

    In-Person or Virtual

     Date(s)

    Region 

    Registration Link 

    Adventist Colleges & Universities

    In-Person

    Sept 13-
    Nov 16

     U.S. & Canada

    Registration

     ArkACRAO

     In-Person

     Sept 1-Nov 30

    Arkansas

    Registration

    Colorado Council

     In-Person & Virtual

    Sept 7-
    Nov 12

     Colorado

    Registration

    EducationQuest

    In-Person & Virtual

    Sept 21-
    Dec 8

    Nebraska

    Registration

     HBCU

    Virtual

     Nov 11-17

    National

    Registration

     KYACAC

    In-Person & Virtual

    Sept 8-
    Nov 4

     Kentucky

    Registration

    LACRAO

    In-Person

    Sept 1-Nov 30

    Louisiana

    Registration

    Long Island College Fairs

    Virtual

    Oct 12, 27;
    Nov 14

    Long Island, NY

    Registration

    MACRAO

    Virtual

    Sept 27,
    Oct 27, Nov 16

    Mississippi

    Registration

    NACCAP

    Virtual

    Nov 2, 10, 18
    Nov 9, 11,15, 17

    National
    International

    Registration
    Registration

    National Hispanic College Fairs

    Virtual & In-Person

    Sept 27-
    Dec 1

    National

    Registration

    TACRAO

    In-Person & Virtual

    Sept 3-
    Nov 30

    Texas

    Registration

    WEF

    In-Person & Virtual

    Sept 15-
    Dec 1

    Wisconsin

    Registration

     

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  • Parent Tips: How to Help Your Child Prepare for a College Fair (and Then Get Out of Their Way)

    By Holly Lazzaro for GoToCollegeFairs

     As the parent of a college-bound student, you want to do everything in your power to get your child to the school of their dreams. And while there is a fine line between “helping” them and “taking over,” there actually are some things you yourself can do to help, such as research schools, look for available scholarships, become financially literate. However, there is also a long list of things you can’t do, including keeping up their high school GPA, taking the SAT . . . or attending a college fair for them.

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