The National Association for College Admission Counseling is holding the 2013 Boston Area National College Fair at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on Tuesday, April 30 from 9AM-12PM & 6-8:30PM, and Wednesday, May 1 from 9AM to 12PM. Over 350 colleges and universities offering a wide variety of educational options have registered. Students and parents can: find help in obtaining information from diverse institutions; attend financial aid presentations at all three fair sessions at 10 am, 11am, 7 pm, and 8 pm; and, take advantage of a variety of counseling services relating to college admission and financial aid at the on-site College Advising Center. NEW THIS YEAR – smart phone registration available! Bar codes can now be scanned directly from the smart phone, or printed out and brought to the fair (saving lots of time NOT filling out cards at college tables). Register in advance by going to www.gotomyncf.com and select the Boston Conference.
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