Record Number of Colleges to Participate in CollegeWeekLive

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Over 200 colleges (from US, Canada, Europe and Australia) will participate in the world's largest virtual college fair over the Web: November 12-13, 2008.

CollegeWeekLive--World's Largest College Fair: Online in November

We are excited to be taking part in CollegeWeekLive once again

CollegeWeekLive ( announced today that over 150 colleges and universities from around the world have already committed to participating in its November event, a full eight weeks prior to the event. The announcement was made at NACAC 2008, the 64th annual conference of the National Association for College Admission Counseling taking place this week in Seattle.

With 150 schools signed up already, CollegeWeekLive anticipates that over 200 schools will exhibit at the event, roughly double the number of schools who participated in its spring show. With close to 20,000 students and parents expected to attend, CollegeWeekLive is the largest virtual college fair -- allowing students, college representatives, and admissions experts to interact with one another in a unique format.

"Beyond our seminars from admissions experts, over 50 student video chats, career panels, and 200+ college booths, we are expanding CollegeWeekLive in many exciting ways this fall -- adding a new parents panel, a session on college rankings, inspirational speakers, and even a live appearance from Iliza Shlesinger, winner of NBC-TV's Last Comic Standing -- to add a bit of humor to the stress-filled process of college admissions," said Robert Rosenbloom, CEO of CollegeWeekLive. "With more colleges and educational sessions, we expect to go well beyond last spring's attendance record of 11,000 attendees."

Described as "The Green College Road Trip," and featured in Newsweek, The New York Times, Seventeen, and USA Today, CollegeWeekLive's uniquely immersive online format enables university admissions officers and financial aid officers to experience all of the benefits of a physical fair -- interacting with students and parents -- without travel and leaving no carbon footprint. At the same time, faced with rising fuel costs, students and parents can speak live with colleges across the US and internationally without having to incur the expense in money and time of long-distance travel.

CollegeWeekLive: An Efficient Recruiting Tool for Diverse Student Body

"We are excited to be taking part in CollegeWeekLive once again," said Nikki Chun, Division of Enrollment Management, of The University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida ( "The online college fair gives us an opportunity to interact with students from across the globe and easily connect admission counselors, alumni and current students with our prospective students."

200+ Participating Colleges Expected

CollegeWeekLive Fall 2008 will showcase 200+ universities and colleges, across a wide range of higher education options for college-bound students: including 4-year and 2-year public and private universities and colleges, as well as online-only schools.

From Australia to the United States, Alaska to the United Kingdom -- more than 150 institutions around the world -- have already have already signed up to exhibit at CollegeWeekLive.

Participating colleges and universities currently include:

Alabama State University
Alaska Pacific University
Anderson University
Argosy University Online
Arizona State University
Baker University
Bangor University
Bay State College
Becker College
Bellevue Community College
Binghamton University
Bryn Mawr College
Calvin College
Cardiff University
Central Connecticut State University
Century College
Chaminade University of Honolulu
College For Creative Studies
College of Mount St. Joseph
Colorado College
Colorado State University
Dartmouth College
DeSales University
Dowling College
Drexel University
Eastern Carolina University
Eastern University
ECPI College of Technology
Edith Cowan University
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
Emerson College
Emmanuel College
Fairfield University
Florida International University
Florida State University
Grand Canyon University
Green Mountain College
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
Hawaii Pacific
Hofstra University
Idaho State University
Illinois Institute of Technology
Illinois State University
Ithaca College
Ivy Bridge College of Tiffen University
Johnson & Wales University
Kean University
Keuka College
Laramie County Community College
Lesley College
Mars Hill College
Marshall University
Mass College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Menlo College
Mercyhurst College
Merrimack College
Miami University of Ohio
Middle Tennessee State University
Millikin University
Montgomery College
Morehead State University
Mount Ida College
Mount Mercy College
National University of Ireland, Galway
New York Institute of Technology
Northeastern University
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Northland College
Northwood University-Cedar Hill
Dallas, Texas Campus
Northwood University
Midland, Michigan Campus
Northwood University
West Palm Beach, Florida Campus
Ohio Northern University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Oklahoma Baptist University
Old Dominion University
Palm Beach Atlantic University
Perth Education City (Western Australia)
Pittsburgh Technical Institute
Providence College
Regis College (MA)
Regis University (CO)
Richard Bland College
Robert Morris College
Saint Joseph College
Saint Mary's College
Sam Houston State University
Savannah College of Art & Design
Schreiner University
Semester at Sea
Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic
Sierra Nevada College
South University Online
Southeastern University
Southern New Hampshire University
Southwestern College, Professional Studies
St. John's University
Stanford University
Strayer University
Suffolk University
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Institute of Technology
Susquehanna University
Temple University
Texas Tech University
The Academy of Art University
The Art Institute of Boston
at Lesley University
The Art Institute of Pitt Online
The University of Texas at Austin
Thomas College
Trinity University
University of Wales, Newport
Union University
United States Air Force Academy
United States Coast Guard Academy
United States Naval Academy
Unites States Military Academy
Unity College
University College, Cork (Ireland)
University of Alabama
University of Alabama Birmingham
University of Arizona
University of Bridgeport
University of Dayton
University of Glamorgan (Wales)
University of Houston
University of Kentucky
University of Mary Washington
University of Miami
University of New England
University of New Haven
University of North Carolina at Pembroke
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
University of Northern British Columbia
University of Northern Colorado
University of Scranton
University of Tennessee
University of Utah
University of Wales, Lampeter
Virginia Military Institute
Wake Forest University
Wales International Consortium
Warner Pacific College
Wartburg College
Wayne State University
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Wright State University
Yale University
York St John University

For more information or to register for CollegeWeekLive, go to

About CollegeWeekLive:
CollegeWeekLive is a unique virtual event designed to allow people involved in the college admissions process (students, parents, teachers, counselors, colleges and universities) to connect and successfully interact with one another in ways that are impossible at physical events, through powerful Web-based software and services. PlatformQ, the producer of the CollegeWeekLive, is a company whose mission is to leverage the accessibility of online events to connect individuals, companies and organizations - across North America and internationally -- who might otherwise not be able to travel to physical events or communicate with leading experts or thought leaders.

CollegeWeekLive and PlatformQ are trademarks of PlatformQ, Inc. All other trademarks or service marks are property of their respective owners.    

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