CACRAO Forsyth County College Fair

The CACRAO Forsyth County College Fair is Thursday, October 7th!

10th, 11th, and 12th grade Scholars can complete their College Fair/Visit Crosby Scholars Senior Program requirement by attending the CACRAO Forsyth County College Fair.  You must complete 4 college visits by your Senior year.  You can complete all 4 visits at one college fair!

Attending a College Fair:

When you attend a college fair, we ask that you speak with 4 college reps and ask each rep to sign your form verifying your presence.  We define “speaking” with admission reps as initiating a conversation rather than simply asking them for a signature!!!  The WS/FCS System, along with the Carolinas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (CACRAO), sponsors a college fair each fall–find information on that fair below.  Furthermore, some of the high schools also host college fairs throughout the school year.  Check with your school’s counseling office for dates and times.  Although attending one of these local college fairs is the most convenient option, you are welcome to attend other college fairs to fulfill the program requirement.  You must submit either a physical or online College Fair/College Visit form.  You are not required to stay for the entire college fair.

CACRAO Forsyth County College Fair

Date:  Thursday, October 7th, 2021

Time:  4:00pm – 8:00pm

Location:  Benton Convention Center

Address:  301 W 5th St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

 

To complete the College Fair/Visit requirement through a college fair, Scholars must:

 

We encourage you to attend this event, but it is not a Crosby Scholars sponsored event.  Check your student portal for more information on the College Fair/College Visit Requirement, email Crosby Scholars at seniorprogram@crosbyscholars.org with questions, or email CACRAO directly at ncedop@cacrao.org.  “The Carolinas Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers (CACRAO) is a professional organization dedicated to promoting postsecondary education” from https://www.cacrao.org/about/cacrao-information.