Learn how college can help you to achieve your life and career goals. If you want to discuss your next move, then it’s important to start visiting the college fairs. Representatives from all major colleges will be available to discuss course options, financial support as well as all aspects of student life. Details will be available about which degree or major to study.
Your student years are some of the best of your life, so you will want to choose carefully, not only the subject you study but also where you study. After all, you will be spending the next four years of your life at college. Attending college will not only get you a qualification it can help you to improve life skills such as team working, confidence, motivation and multi-tasking. These are important skills that will help when looking for employment opportunities.
There are many things to consider when choosing a college. How far away from home do you want to be? Are you happy to go to a large city college? Or would you be happier at a smaller local college? Also, take into consideration the type of tuition offered. Are field trips part of your course? Do you get to go on work experience? You will be able to find out more about all these details at the college fairs.
Here are the dates and locations for fairs which will be held in the spring of 2016. This year we are running a number fairs in new locations. This will make finding out about studying accessible to more people. So what are you waiting for, start planning your next move!
May 2016 National College Fair Events
- Boston, Massachusetts – Boston Convention & Exhibition Center – Sunday, May 22
- Vancouver, BC – Vancouver Convention Centre – Saturday, May 7
April 2016 National College Fair Events
- Daly City, CA – Cow Palace Arena – Saturday, April 30
- Pasadena, CA – Pasadena Convention Center – Thursday, April 28
- Ontario, CA – Ontario Convention Center – Wednesday, April 27
- Ventura, CA – Ventura County Fairgrounds – Monday, April 25
- Anaheim, CA – Anaheim Convent ion Center – Sunday, April 24
- New York, NY – Jacob K. Javits Convention Center of New York – Sunday, April 24
- Landover, MD – Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex – Friday, April 22
- Secaucus, NJ Meadowlands Exposition Center at Harmon Meadow – Wednesday, April 20
- San Diego, CA – San Diego Convention Center – Wednesday, April 20
- Memphis, TN – Agricenter International, Inc. – Tuesday, April 19
- Gaithersburg, MD – Montgomery County Agricultural Center – Tuesday, April 19
- Cleveland, OH – FirstMerit Convention Center of Cleveland (Formerly the Cleveland Convention Center) – Sunday, April 17
- Nashville, TN – Music City Center – Sunday, April 17
- Columbus, OH – Greater Columbus Convention Center – Saturday, April 16
- Honolulu, HI – Hawaii Convention Center – Tuesday, April 12
- Arlington, TX – Arlington Convention Center – Thursday, April 7
- Omaha, NE – CenturyLink Center Omaha – Thursday, April 7
- Providence, RI – Rhode Island Convention Center – Tuesday, April 5
- Austin, TX – Palmer Events Center – Tuesday, April 5
- West Springfield, MA – Eastern States Exposition (The Big E) – Sunday, April 3
March 2016 National College Fair Events
- Hartford, CT – Connecticut Convention Center – Thursday, March 31
- Grand Rapids, MI – DeVos Place – Wednesday, March 23
- Raleigh, NC – Raleigh Convention Center – Tuesday, March 22
- Novi, MI – Suburban Collection Showplace – Sunday, March 20
- Charlotte, NC – Charlotte Convention Center – Sunday, March 20
- Greenville, SC – TD Convention Center – Saturday, March 19
- Buffalo, NY – Buffalo Niagara Convention Center – Wednesday, March 16
- Rochester, NY – Rochester Riverside Convention Center – Sunday, March 13
- College Park, GA – Georgia International Convention Center – Sunday, March 13
- Syracuse, NY – SRC Arena Onondaga Community College – Thursday, March 10
You can learn more and register at the NACAC College Fair services through Technology Resource Corp (TRC).