College Fairs FAQ
Answers to frequently asked questions about WACAC College Fairs:
What are WACAC and National College Fairs?
Both the WACAC and the National College Fairs program aid students in fulfilling their educational aspirations. A free program to the public since 1972, the fairs allow students to interact with admission representatives from a wide range of postsecondary institutions to discuss course offerings, admission and financial aid requirements, college life in general, and other information pertinent to the college selection process.
What are the Performing and Visual Arts College Fairs?
The Performing and Visual Arts College Fairs are designed for students interested in pursuing undergraduate and graduate study in the areas of music, dance, theater, visual arts, graphic design, and other related disciplines. Attendees learn about educational opportunities, admission and financial aid, portfolio days, audition and entrance requirements, and much more by meeting with representatives from colleges, universities, conservatories, festivals, and other educational institutions with specialized programs in the visual and performing arts.
When are the fairs held?
The WACAC College Fairs are primarily held in the spring, while the National College Fairs are held in both the fall and spring. The Performing and Visual Arts Fairs are held in the fall. The schedules are posted online for National College Fairs and Performing and Visual Arts Fairs.
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