The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) invites you to plan your future. Students, parents and guidance counselors are welcome to attend the 2015 Spring College Fair in Seattle. More than 120 colleges from across the country will be represented!
Please visit www.seattleu.edu/map to see a map of campus (a printable map can be found on that page as well). Parking on campus will be complimentary for guests of the college fair and is available on the street (max. 2 hours), at the Connolly Center (14th Ave & E Jefferson), at the East Columbia Building (13th Ave & E Cherry), 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 city citation.
If disability accommodations are needed in order to attend or participate in this event, please contact the fair coodinator via phone or email.
College Reps: Scanners will be used at both the Seattle and Portland PNACAC Fairs. There will be no representative onsite to issue scanners. Please visit the PNACAC College Fairs Information and Registration page for more information.Set up: Representatives may begin unloading and setting up at 10:30 AM, and a continental brunch will be available beginning at 11 AM. Please unload materials at the Connolly Center; there will be a load/unload zone on the corner of 14th Ave and E Cherry St. The most convenient lots are the Connolly Center lot (P7) or the East Columbia lot (P6), however parking is limited. Other on campus options include the Murphy Garage or the Broadway Garage (P4, P3). No parking permits or payment is needed.
A campus map can be found by visiting www.seattleu.edu/map.Representatives should arrive early, as parking near the Connolly Center is limited.College representatives should not park on the street as street parking limits are two hours; cars parked longer than that duration will be subject to citation.
Estimated attendance: in recent history, anywhere from 1000-1500 students and guests have attended the fair.