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Virtual College Fairs

-Coalition for College Virtual College Fairs and Panel

130+ Coalition members will gather to share information about their schools and to answer your questions, live. Coalition schools meet eligibility requirements in the areas of access, affordability, and student success, making them smart college choices.

College Fair Day 1: Wednesday, November 4 | 6-10pm Eastern Time (5-9pm Central Time) | November Virtual College Fair, Day 1

College Fair Day 2: Thursday, November 5 | 7-10pm Eastern Time (6-9pm Central Time) | November Virtual College Fair, Day 2

To see a full list of institutions participating or to register follow the above respective links.

Panel: Thursday, November 19 | 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Panel: College as a First-Generation Student

Register at the respective link to join the panel discussion and Q&A, featuring Coalition for College schools sharing advice for students who are the first in their families to go to college.


-NACAC Virtual College Fair https://www.nacacfairs.org/attend/attend-virtual-college-fairs/students/

One day. Hundreds of Colleges. Your Choice! Thinking about college?  More than 600 colleges will offer Zoom sessions and meetings. Students everywhere can log in, drop in, and ask questions. It's a great opportunity for students to explore their college options. This virtual fair is a free, one-day event. Families invited, too.

Students can sign up now at virtualcollegefairs.org and start exploring! Students can click on their favorite colleges and set a reminder to attend their live sessions on Nov. 8.

Sunday, November 8: 2-10 pm Easter Time (1-9pm Central Time)

Create an account and sign-up here: https://virtualcollegefairs.org/events

PDF list of institutions participating can be found here: https://www.nacacfairs.org/globalassets/college-fair--homepage/virtual-college-fairs/attend/nacac_virtualcollegefairs_nov8_colleges.pdf


-Music Admissions Roundtable | https://www.musicadmissionsroundtable.org/

The Music Admissions Roundtable invites you to attend our inaugural virtual Performing Arts College Fairs. From panel discussions to presentations, you’ll learn the ins and outs of applying and auditioning at colleges across the country. For a full list of universities participating in the virtual college fair.

Performing Arts College Fair | https://www.musicadmissionsroundtable.org/college-fair-booths

How to connect with a school during the fair: find them by clicking here and click on their Zoom link. During the fair time, they will be active Zoom links with admissions representatives from each school.  Each school is followed by letters representing the following concentrations: Dance (D), Music (M), Musical Theater (MT), and Theater (T).  Students are free to visit as many schools as they’d like! Students can find more information on how to prepare here: https://www.musicadmissionsroundtable.org/student-information

Thursday, November 12: 8-11pm Eastern Time (7-10pm Central Time)

Monday, November 23: 7-10pm Eastern Time (6-9 pm Central Time)

Panel Discussions| https://www.musicadmissionsroundtable.org/panel-discussions

Additionally, The Music Admissions Roundtable also hosts a series of panel discussions one hour prior to each of the Performing Arts College Fairs. The panels will consist of representatives from an eclectic range of colleges across the United States. Each session will begin with a series of topics to guide students through their college search, followed by a Q&A. Panelists will discuss topics like timelines for researching and visiting schools, things to pay attention to when applying, what the audition committee is looking for, financial aid, what to consider when deciding between schools and careers in music. Students may attend as many panels as they want and stay for as long as you’d like. Panel discussions are available one hour prior to fair time.


COLLEGERECRUITERSS

Texas A&M International University –  Juan M. Vazquez – juan.vazquez@tamiu.edu – 956.326.2787

Laredo College –  Luis Carlos Martinez – luisc.martinez@laredo.edu – 956.764.5704

University of Texas at Austin – Lupita Rodriguez – guadalupe.rodriguez@austin.utexas.edu – 956.264.5635

University of Texas at Dallas – Kayla Johnson – kayla.johnson@utdallas.edu – 210.441.9417

University of Texas at San Antonio – Victor Natera – Victor.Natera@utsa.edu – 210.239.9018

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley – Zachery Espinoza – zachery.espinoza01@utrgv.edu – 956.665.2879

Texas A&M University  Laura J. Adams – laura.adams@tamu.edu – 956.795.0412

Texas A&M University – San Antonio – Jaime Herrera – jherrera@tamusa.edu – 210.784.1411

Texas A&M University – Kingsville – Jennifer Zipprian – Jennifer.Zipprian@tamuk.edu – 210.570.7461

Texas Tech University – Jovelli Barraza – jovelli.barraza@ttu.edu – 512.345.4888

Texas State University – Ana Hernandez-Acevedo – a.hernandez@txstate.edu – 512.245.2364

St. Mary’s University – Andre Grajeda – agrajeda@stmarytx.edu – 210.436.3126

University of Incarnate Word – Ali Gonzalez – angonz12@uiwtx.edu – 210.805.3550

Rice University – Diana Porter – https://admission.rice.edu/apply/find-your-admission-counselor

United States Marine Corps – SSgt. Franklin Aviles – Franklin.Aviles@Marines.usmc.mil – 956.566.5734