A complete, interactive list of the participating colleges is on the ITS site here--just scroll down to the "auditions" list.
In addition to the schools auditioning, there are exhibitors--usually theatre-related businesses, but also some schools who have a booth or table set-up where you can get information and give information.
For your convenience, I'll try organizing the auditioners and exhibitors by state (below). But first some auditioning tips:
1. Have copies of a current resume (headshot-optional) and a business card to hand out. Have these in an accessible, neat place.
2. Look over the information about the colleges BEFORE you get to Festival, so you are informed and make a good impression. This includes knowing basic things like 1) what state the college is in; 2) what majors and degrees it offers; 3) how big it is.
3. Consider what your strongest points are, and what your weaknesses are; figure out how you can "pitch" yourself as a good candidate HONESTLY.
4. You will get information from various colleges. Figure out your organization system ahead of time--will you have a folder where you put all the information you get? Or do you want to have a binder with separate pockets for different schools? or some other method of keeping track?
5. Make a list of questions for each of the schools from whom you get call backs. DON'T ask questions about basic information that is available on their websites--you should already have checked that. DO ask questions about your concerns and interests.
NOW the colleges and universities by state :
AMDA (The American Musical and Dramatic Academy)
University of Southern California (LA)
US Performing Arts
University of Northern Colorado
University of Hartford (the Hartt School)
Stage Vet, LLC
University of Hartford (Hartt School)
Florida International University
University of Miami-Dep't. of theatre Arts
Savannah College of Art and Design
Roosevelt University-Chicago College of Performing Arts
Southern Illinois University
DePaul University-the Theatre School
University of Evansville
Murray State University
Gustavus Adolphus College
St. Mary's University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota (Guthrie Theatre)
Missouri Valley College
St. Louis University
William Woods University
Saint Louis University
Next Step Prep-the Academy for Musical Theatre
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Heartland Scenic Studio
College of Santa Fe
CAP 21 (Collaborative Arts Project 21)
NY Film Academy
NY Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
Field Studies Center of NY
The Offstage Group
Play scripts, Inc.
Wake Forest University
Ohio Northern University
Costume Holiday House
University of Oklahoma (drama and musical theatre)
University of the Arts
Coastal Carolina University
SMU (Southern Methodist University)
Texas Christian University
University of Houston
Central Washington University
University of Wisconsin (Stevens Point)
University of Wyoming
Note that most of the colleges and universities that are auditioning also have signed up as exhibitors. I didn't double-post their listings for the sake of space.
Thinking about college is really enjoyable. Don't let auditions stress you out, because the college recruiters aren't looking for great performances or perfection--they're looking for potential. Show that. And have fun!