College Fair Guide
College fairs offer prospective students and their parents the opportunity to meet with representatives from colleges and universities and receive information about schools they may be interested in attending. These fairs are often a student’s first contact with Norwich University, and it is to our advantage to attend as many of these college fairs as possible. This is where being an ambassador directly benefits the University and the many students and parents who will learn about Norwich.
We provide you with everything you’ll need—including concise and easy-to-read information on our two lifestyles, academic offerings, financial aid, and student life. Prospective student that visit NU’s table may range from those who have a vast knowledge of Norwich, to those who may have never before heard of Norwich! You will encounter some students that have a preset list of questions they ask about all schools. Some will have no questions at all, and expect the representative to “sell” them on the university. We have a lot to be proud of at Norwich, and the most important goal of this program is to relay that information to prospective students.
Fairs typically last 1-2 hours. Some are held at high schools, some at community colleges. The majority take place in spring and fall. Regardless of where you live, there are probably numerous fairs held nearby regularly.