- Akron High School
- Alexander High School
- Amherst Central High School
- Barker Central School
- Bennett High School
- Bishop Timon - St. Jude High School
- Brocton High School
- Buffalo Academy for Visual & Performing Arts
- Buffalo Academy of Culinary Arts & Hospitality Mgmt
- Buffalo Academy of Science
- Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart
- Buffalo Seminary
- Burgard Vocational High
- Canisius High School
- Cardinal O'Hara High School
- Cattaraugus-Little Valley High School
- Charter School for Appied Technologies
- Chautauqua Lake High School
- Cheektowaga Central High School
- Christian Central Academy
- City Honors School
- Clarence Senior High School
- Cleveland Hill High School
- Depew High School
- East Aurora High School
- East High School
- Eden Senior High School
- Ellicottville Central High School
- Emerson High School
- Forestville Central High School
- Franklinville High School
- Frederick Law Olmsted School
- Fredonia High School
- Fredonia Upward Bound Program
- Frontier High School
- Gowanda Central High School
- Grand Island High School
- Hamburg Senior High School
- Holland Central School
- Hutchinson Tech High School
- International Prep 198 @ 202
- Iroquois High School
- John F. Kennedy High School
- Kenmore East High School
- Kenmore West Senior High School
- Lackawanna Senior High School
- Lafayette High School
- Lake Shore Central High School
- Leonardo DaVinci High School
- Lewiston-Porter High School
- Lyndonville High School
- Maryvale Senior High School
- Math Science Tech Prep School at Seneca
- McKinley High School
- Medina Central High School
- Mt. Mercy Academy
- Nardin Academy *
- Newcomer Academy
- Newfane Central High School
- Niagara Falls High School
- Niagara Wheatfield
- Nichols School
- North Collins Senior High School
- North Tonawanda High School
- Oakfield-Alabama High School
- Orchard Park High School
- Pembroke High School
- Pioneer Central High School
- Portville High School
- Research Laboratory School for Biology and Life Sciences
- Riverside Institute of Technology
- Royalton Hartland High School
- Salamanca High School
- Silver Creek High School
- South Park High School
- St. Francis High School
- St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute
- Starpoint High School
- Sweet Home High School
- Tapestry Charter School
- Tonawanda High School
- West Seneca East Senior High School
- West Seneca West Senior High School
- Williamsville East High School
- Williamsville North High School
- Williamsville South High School
- Wilson Central
About the BNCF
THE BUFFALO NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR IS RETURNING - MARCH 15-16 2023. After a long pause due to the COVID pandemic, NACAC has confirmed the return of Buffalo's largest college fair which is free and open to the public. As we prepare, we will be posting information about the fair as it becomes available.
Who Will Be There?
Check out a list of the exhibitors and high schools that will be in attendance (check back as this will be updated)
Participating High SchoolsClose
- First Day Wednesday 03/15/23
- Day 9:00am to 12:00pm
- Evening 6:00pm to 8:30pm
- Evening Introduction Wednesday 03/15/23
- Workshop Session 1 Wednesday 03/15/23
- Workshop Session 2 Wednesday 03/15/23
- Workshop Session 3 Wednesday 03/15/23
- SECOND DAY Thursday 03/16/23
- Day 9:00am to 12:00pm
Parking for the evening session on Wednesday night is available at both the Augspurger and Fernbach Ramps. You will have to pay the posted rate.
Useful information to help you prepare for the fair.
Please check back soon for upcoming workshops.
The great thing and major difference between the National College Fair and local fairs is its sheer size. Over 160 colleges and universities from all over the world can be there, so it's a bit daunting. If you stroll up and down the aisles without a plan you may run out of time. That is why time management is so important. Each booth has a number which corresponds to the map in the locator which you will be given as you walk in. As soon as possible, we will begin posting a list of attending colleges and where they are to be located at the fair so that you can begin planning.
On-Line Registration and your personal QR code
You can pre-register for the fair at any time. By registering ahead of time, you will save time at the fair. After you register online, you will be able to print out a QR coded sheet (or image on your phone) that you will bring with you to the fair. All colleges and universities at the fair will be able to quickly scan this code and get your information automatically - without you having to fill out any cards. You can use this time to talk to those college reps and get all your important questions answered. The data collected in this process is confidential and will not be used or released to anyone except those colleges that you allow to scan your sheet.
The Role of Sponsors
Each year we seek both local and national sponsors to help make our fair successful. Because of the generous giving of the following sponsors our fair is able to promote this free event to the public, provide necessary services to students at the fair to assist in their search, provide superior hospitality to the exhibitors in attendance at our fair to make them want to come back each year, and most importantly... allow our local arrangements committee the ability to assist schools and districts in need to send students to the fair each year.
Why Be a Sponsor?
As a sponsor (and there are varying levels), we can offer a combination or all of the following: signage at the fair, placement on our website, placement on our fair shirts, presence at the fair in the resource center - if appropriate, logo placement in the fair locator, etc...
Registration for colleges and universities to exhibit at the fair is done through NACAC itself. Members of NACAC, in addition to all the great resources and information available to them, receive a discounted rate on all National College Fairs. Registration for the fairs is ongoing and can even be accomplished on-site the day of the fair, however early registration allows for proper acknowledgement and printing on the fair maps and in the locator.
This year's fair promises to be the largest ever for local participation. Roughly 90 schools/districts will be busing students to the fair during the two days sessions, and our fair has a history of having a highly successful evening program.
Our local arrangements committee works hard to assure you a good turnout. We plan year round and have made it our goal to get any student or school that wants to attend to the fair. We have raised funds to achieve the goal of making the fair available to all and also to market our evening session to the community. We have had traffic of 8,000 or greater at all of our past seven fairs. We also go out of our way to make the visiting experience exceptional for our visiting exhibitors through special events before and during the event days.
If you have any questions about the national college fair please fill out the following form and we will get back to you shortly, or you can call for information at (716) 286-8716.