College Matchmaking™ FAQs

College Matchmaking™ FAQs

  1. My College Matchmakingâ„¢ has already been completed, but I did not complete it.

    There are a few scenarios where this may be the case:  the form was already completed by a colleague of yours, you received a reminder email after you already completed it, etc... Regardless of the reason, you are all set! No action is required.

  2. How do I change my College Matchmakingâ„¢ answers?

    If you have filled out the form incorrectly or one of your attributes has changed, please contact info@gotocollegefairs.com for assistance. 





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