Adams State University’s annual College Fair gives juniors and seniors in high school opportunities to determine their future plans. It helps students decide which colleges they want to attend when they graduate from high school. Students from around the Valley attend the college fair. This year, 34 juniors and seniors from Sanford attended the college fair. More than 40 colleges and universities represented at this event. Some of the colleges that attended the college fair this year were Johnson & Wales, CSU-Pueblo, ASU, Chadron State, Colby Community College, Colorado Mountain College, Northern Arizona State University, Colorado School of Mines, Denver University, Lamar Community College, Fort Lewis State University, Otero Junior College, Trinidad State Junior College, and Nebraska Wesleyan University. High schools that attended were Sanford, Centauri, Alamosa, Center, Del Norte, Sierra Grande, Creede, Antonito, and Monte Vista. There are many advantages to attending a college fair. Students can decide what college/university they want to attend. At a college fair students learn about the different college and university majors and courses of study that are available. Once a student figures out his major, it makes it easier to determine what college is best for him. College fairs are a great help for any student who is trying to determine his college choice.