Upcoming Events

Reserve a Booth at 'Friday Online Fairs'

College Booth

Friday Online Fairs:

8AM - 5PM CT

September 24th

October 22nd

November 19th

December 10th

SAT Prep

"It has been a pleasure to have my students participate in the online college fairs and to provide feedback regarding our experiences. Your service is of tremendous value to my students, especially during such lean economic times."

Rebecca Farley
Foothill High School

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Students Making First Contact With Colleges Online


Why meet students online?

college searchToday's student relies on the Internet the way previous generations relied on newspapers, radio, libraries and television for information.  Unlike their parents who grew up with one-way information feeds, net generation students expect to engage in two-way communication.  Social network sites, e-zines, blogs and a variety of feedback forums provide interacive access for both socializing and gathering information.                                                          

 Virtual Online Fairs

At Green College Tour, we host Friday Online Fairs where thousands of high school students are making their first contact with college admission counselors.  By engaging in one-on-one chat sessions, taking virtual campus tours and attending live video streamed presentations, students are connecting with many excellent lesser-known institutions.

  - College Admission Counselors

Hosting a virtual booth at one of our Friday Online Fairs allows you to cover the nation from your laptop. Unlike traditional fairs, online college fairs provide admission teams the convenience of hosting virtual booths from their campus,  home office or from a coffee shop while on the road.  No folding tables required.    To find out more about hosting a virtual booth, go to Hosting Online Fairs

  - High School Teachers and Counselors

Online events can be exciting, informative and 'cost-effective' virtual field trips that offer students and parents first exposure to many colleges.  No buses required.  For more information go to Teachers and Counselors


  - Students 

Through a growing partnership with AVID teachers, students are learning how to research colleges, prepare questions that help identify colleges that meet their needs and how to make a good impression.  To find out more, go to Student Prep 

College Presentations - Live Video Broadcasting

The GCT Meeting Network provides a live multi-media broadcasting service. Colleges utilize this service to make presentations that reach high school classrooms across the country. No plane travel required. To watch a previously broadcast presentation go to Online Video Broadcasts