College Fairs



 

College Fair Participation

PNACAC invites any Title IV eligible and regionally-accredited non-profit college, university, other post-secondary institution, or program offering curricular study leading to a degree or diploma to participate in the PNACAC College Fair Program. International non-profit universities that offer academic degrees or diplomas that are sanctioned by the country's Ministry of Higher Education or by US accrediting associations are also eligible to participate. Non-profit, CBO, state or federal grant supported programs with a primary mission of promoting college enrollment and who are approved in advance based on the assessment of the PNACAC College Fair Chair and the PNACAC Presidents may be granted limited participation on a case-by-case and space-available basis. All participating institutions must be members of PNACAC and agree to comply with NACAC's Statement of Principles of Good Practice (SPGP) / Code of Ethics and Professional Practices (CEPP). PNACAC reserves the right to refuse or revoke the registration of any institution or organization.

PNACAC is excited to partner with StriveScan to provide student scanning technology at our regional college fairs. The cost of using StriveScan is included in all PNACAC fair registrations; there is no need to purchase additional access codes or scanners. For more information, we recommend watching the two-minute intro video at www.strivescan.com. 

  • Colleges registered for PNACAC fairs will receive information from StriveScan on how to create an account, download their app, and start scanning student barcodes on their iPhone, Android, or iPad (no other device needed!). Reps can instantly view the student's profile information and take notes right in the app. After the fair, reps export the student data with one click, instantly, to aStriveScan logo CSV Excel file. If you have multiple reps attending from the same institution, both can scan from their own phones.
  • Students attending the fairs go to the registration page at www.strivefair.com and fill out a quick form on their phone or computer (in advance or at the door). When they sign up, StriveScan sends them a barcode via text message and email. The next day, students receive an email with a report on of all of the colleges and representatives they met along with their contact information and social media profiles.

 


 

PNACAC Spring College Fairs

  • All registration fees include StriveScan
  • Early Bird Registration:  $225/ table (January 14 - February 28, 2019)
  • Regular Registration Rate:  $250/table (March 1 - March 31, 2019)
  • Institution registration closes March 31, 2019 at 11:00pm PST
Boise: Boise State University Sunday, April 7 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Seattle: Seattle University Saturday, April 27 10:00am - 1:00pm
Portland: University of Portland Sunday, April 28 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Spokane: Gonzaga University Monday, April 29 5:30pm - 7:30pm

College/University 2019 Spring Fair Registration

 


 

 

Regional College Fairs

SOU's César E. Chávez Leadership Conference

SOU Chavez Leadership Conference LogoPNACAC invites its members to participate in the 8th annual César E. Chávez Leadership Conference hosted at Southern Oregon University on Friday, March 8, 2019. This conference is open to Latinx high school students from the southern Oregon region. The goal for the conference is to provide information, motivation and an opportunity for Latinx students to gain skills that can help them prepare for the future. 400 students are expected to participate this year! The conference schedule is from 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM, however the College/Career Fair will run from 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM. All student participants will be attending this session.

The exhibitor registration fee is $100.00. Register online now

If you are interested in hosting a workshop, please submit your proposal online.

 


 

PNACAC Fall College Fairs 

PNACAC invites any Title IV eligible and accredited college, university, other post-secondary institution, or program offering curricular study leading to a degree or diploma to participate in the PNACAC College Fair Program.  International universities that offer academic degrees or diplomas that are sanctioned by the country's Ministry of Higher Education or by US accrediting associations are also eligible to participate.  Non-profit, CBO, state or federal grant supported programs with a primary mission of promoting college enrollment and who are approved in advanced by the Executive Board may be granted limited participation on a case by case basis. Institutions participating in the Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling fairs agree to comply with the SPGP:  NACAC's Code of Ethics and Professional Practices.

Fall 2019 college fair locations and dates will be listed here once finalized. 

 


 

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The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) sponsors the following National College Fairs in the Pacific Northwest. Additional information can be found at nacacfairs.org. Students can pre-register for the college fairs at gotomyncf.com. By doing so, students and parents will receive a personalized barcode with their contact and academic information that they can print and bring to the fairs. When colleges and universities scan their barcode, they retrieve the information and are able to follow up with students after the fair. This saves the time of filling out individual information cards, thus allowing students to visit more booths during the fair.

  • Portland Performing and Visual Arts College Fair
  • Seattle Performing and Visual Arts College Fair
  • Portland National College Fair
  • Boise National College Fair
  • Seattle National College Fair
  • Spokane National College Fair