Hobart and William Smith Colleges will host the annual Finger Lakes Regional College Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 30, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Bristol Field House, located on Routes 5 and 20. The event is free and is expected to include representatives from more than 80 colleges and universities. High school and transfer students and their parents are encouraged to attend. In addition to the parking lot at the Robert A. Bristol Field House, parking will be available in the Medbery lot on Pulteney Street. There will be a free shuttle that will transport people to the field house and back.
Colleges and universities scheduled to attend include: Alfred State College; Alfred University; The College at Brockport; Carnegie Mellon University; Cayuga Community College; Cazenovia College; Clarkson University; College of Saint Rose; D’Youville College; Daemen College; Edinboro University of Pennsylvania; Elmira College; Finger Lakes Community College; Gannon University; Genesee Community College; Gettysburg College; Grove City College; Hamilton College; Herkimer County Community College; Hilbert College; Hobart and William Smith Colleges; Hofstra University; Hope College; Houghton College; Ithaca College; Keuka College; Le Moyne College; Lycoming College; Mansfield University; Marywood University; Medaille College; Mercyhurst College; Messiah College; Middlebury College; Mohawk Valley Community College; Monroe Community College; Nazareth College; Niagara County Community College; Niagara University; Ohio Northern University; Onondaga Community College; Pace University; Paul Smith’s College; Roberts Wesleyan College; Rochester Institute of Technology; Seton Hill University; Skidmore College; St. Bonaventure University; St. John Fisher College; St. Joseph’s College of Nursing; St. Lawrence University; SUNY Brockport; SUNY Buffalo State College; SUNY Canton; SUNY Cortland; SUNY Delhi; SUNY Fredonia; SUNY Geneseo; SUNY Oneonta; SUNY Oswego; SUNY Potsdam; SUNY Cobleskill; Susquehanna University; Syracuse University; Tompkins-Cortland Community College; Union College; Unity College; University at Albany (SUNY ); University At Buffalo (SUNY); University of Chicago; University of Pittsburgh – Bradford; University of Rochester; Utica College; Wagner College; Wells College.