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College Fairs

Many campuses across the state host college fairs to provide students with information that can help them make a decision about where to attend college. College reps from two- and four-year colleges and universities visit with prospective students about admissions, scholarships, financial aid, housing and areas of academic interest.

College fairs are either in a browsing or presentation format. Browsing allows students to visit with as many representatives as they wish during the program, while a program with closed sessions usually allows a student to visit with two or three representatives by attending group presentations in separate rooms.

Students and parents are encouraged to attend events in their areas to obtain information about as many colleges as possible.

Below are some helpful resources to help students and parents learn about, locate and register for college fairs across the state.

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education is providing the following information below as a service and hope that it is helpful. However, the State Regents cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of the college fairs' date, time and location information or for the information provided at the fairs.

College fairs in Oklahoma are primarily organized by the Great Plains Association for College Admission Counseling (GPACAC). Check their site for dates and locations or ask your high school counselor about fairs in your area.


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OCAP believes that financial literacy and understanding the financial aid process are critical aspects of college planning and student success. OCAP staff who work with students, parents, educators and community partners in the areas of personal finance education, state and federal financial aid, and student loan management do not provide financial, investment, legal, and/or tax advice. This website and all information provided is for general educational purposes only, and is not intended to be construed as financial, investment, legal, and/or tax advice.