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College Fairs are an excellent resource for students and families to learn about hundreds of colleges in one visit.  
While there are so many benefits for attending a College Fair, here are a few key reasons why you should attend:
- You will have the opporunity to meet an admissions represenative and ask questions specifically related to your situation. Their advice can be greatly beneficial in your application process.
- Finding the best suited college for you is difficult to research online. Attending College Fairs affords you the opportunity to shop in person and determine if there are colleges that fit your needs.
- You will most definitely learn about colleges you've never heard of before.
- Attending a College Fair is an affordable (and time saving) option. And, after identifying which colleges you are interested in, you can always schedule an in-person visit.
- Many College Fairs also provide information sessions such as Financial Aid, Transfer Admissions, or Athletic Recruitment. 
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According to NACAC State of College Admissions 2010: 
23% of students applied to 7 or more schools; 75% applied to 3 or more schools. 
48% of college freshman graduated high school with straight A’s.

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Carleton College (Northfield, MN): At 10 p.m. on the night before finals begin, students stick their heads out the window and give a heartfelt (or desperate) Primal Scream.

According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, twenty three percent of full-time undergrads, who are 24 or younger, work 20 hours or more a week.

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85% of college applicants use Facebook. One in ten college admissions counselors look at the applicant's Facebook page.

2:3 students will graduate with student loan debt.

17% will graduate with over $30,500 in debt.

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Students graduating with a Bachelor's degree will earn on average $46,000 per year.

The “Naked Mile” first took place at the University of Michigan campus.

Harvard University has graduated a total of 8 U.S. presidents, more than any other university.
The graduates include John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

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