The Pacific Northwest Association
for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) invites you to plan your future.
Students, parents and counselors are welcome to attend the 2014 Spring
College Fair in Seattle. More than 100 colleges from across the country
will be represented! (Click here to see a list of registered colleges as of April 6th)
Students are encouraged to visit www.gotocollegefairs.com, enter contact information, and print a barcode to
easily share information with college representatives.
Please click here for a map and driving
directions to campus, or click here for a printable campus map.
No parking passes or fees required. Parking is available on the street,
at the Connolly Center (at 14th & E Jefferson), at the East Columbia
Building (13th Ave & E Cherry), in the Broadway garage (Broadway & E
Columbia), and the Murphy garage (on E Cherry between Broadway & 12th Ave).
Be aware that street parking is limited to two hours; cars parked on the street
longer than two hours will be subject to citation.
If disability accommodations are
needed in order to attend or participate in this event, please contact the fair
coordinator via phone or email at least two weeks in advance.
College Reps: Scanners will
be used at both the Seattle and Portland PNACAC Fairs. If you have not
already done so, please order the scanners and they will be mailed to
you. There will be no representative onsite to issue scanners. Please
visit the PNACAC College Fairs Information and Registration page for more
Representatives may begin unloading and setting up at 10:30am. Please unload
materials at the Connolly Center; there will be a load/unload zone on the
corner of 14th Ave and East Cherry. Feel free to park at the Connolly Center
(P7), in the East Columbia lot (P6) or, if no spaces remain, in either the
Broadway or Murphy garages (P3 and P4). A continental breakfast will be served
A campus map can be found
by clicking here or
Representatives should arrive
early, as parking near the Connolly Center is limited.
College representatives should
not park on the street as street parking is limited to two hours; cars parked on
the street longer than that duration will be subject to citation.
Estimated attendance: In recent
history, anywhere from 1200-1700 students and guests have attended the fair.
Questions? Please contact:
Katie O'Brien, Assistant Director