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Announcing the Nineteenth Annual Coast-to-Coast College Fair!
Mark your calendars now for the Coast-to-Coast College Fair on Monday, April 27, 2015, at the Chattanooga Convention and Trade Center.  Recently voted one of the “Best College Fairs in the Southeast” by the Southern Association for College Admission Counseling membership, this free event is one not to be missed! 

The Fair, which is open to all area students, their parents and high school counselors, is expected to host over 120 representatives from colleges and universities from around the country. To view a list of who attended the 2014 Coast-to-Coast College Fair, click here

The Coast-to-Coast College Fair offers both students and parents involved in a college search the opportunity to meet with representatives from colleges and universities of interest to obtain additional information regarding program availability, housing, admission requirements, tuition and other details.

There will be a dinner reception prior to the fair at the Chattanooga Convention and Trade Center for college representatives and high school college counselors. Signs will be posted the day of the college fair with directions to the exact location. Local area high school counselors planning to attend the reception should RSVP using our online form found under the main menu item, High School Counselors.

The Fair will open promptly at 6:30 p.m. and will last two hours. Students and parents are urged to attend the Fair together.

The Coast-to-Coast College Fair will take place Monday, April 27, 2015 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
at Chattanooga Convention and Trade Center

For more information call 423-443-6889

"The Coast to Coast College Fair is the best and biggest college fair that comes to Chattanooga. The opportunity for students and families to speak to colleges from across the country, and some international, is remarkable. This is the only fair of its kind in Chattanooga and I encourage all students from the area to attend.”
Stacy Lightfoot, Public Education Foundation