PNACAC Spring College Fairs

Spring 2021 College Fairs

The 2020 PNACAC Spring College Fairs in Boise, Seattle, Portland and Spokane were cancelled.
More information has be sent to colleges and universities previously registered for these fairs.
Read the Coronavirus Update from PNACAC.

Fair Location Date Time
Boise Boise State University - CANCELLED April 5, 2020 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Seattle Seattle University - CANCELLED April 25, 2020 12:00 - 2:30 pm
Portland University of Portland - CANCELLED April 26, 2020 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Spokane Gonzaga University - CANCELLED April 28, 2020 5:30 - 7:30 pm



College Fair Eligibility

Organizations must meet our stated eligibility criteria to participate in PNACAC college fairs.



strivescan imagePNACAC is excited to partner with StriveScan to provide student scanning technology at our regional college fairs. The cost of using StriveScan is included in all PNACAC fair registrations; there is no need to purchase additional access codes or scanners. For more information, we recommend watching the two-minute intro video at

Colleges registered for PNACAC fairs will receive information from StriveScan on how to create an account, download their app, and start scanning student barcodes on their iPhone, Android, or iPad (no other device needed!). Reps can instantly view the student's profile information and take notes right in the app. After the fair, reps export the student data with one click, instantly, to a CSV Excel file. If you have multiple reps attending from the same institution, both can scan from their own phones.


For Students & Families

PNACAC College Fairs are FREE to students and families. Students attending the fairs should register for this fair by going to and filling out a quick form on their phone or computer (in advance or at the door). When they sign up, StriveScan sends them a barcode via text message and email. At the college fair, students present this barcode to college representatives when they are interested in receiving more information about that college. The next day, students receive an email with a report on of all of the colleges and representatives they met, along with their contact information and social media profiles.