This week I was on campus at Drexel looking for interns and college hires. It was my first time doing recruiting for Microsoft, and overall I was happy with the way the event went. There were a wide variety of students who visited the booth. Some were extremely well prepared and others were less so. I've done quite a bit of interviewing in the past and I've formed some opinions on what makes a good candidate. Please note however that I'm not a trained HR employee and this list is in no way endorsed by Microsoft.
If you're heading to a job fair on campus, here are some ways that can help you get noticed (at least if I'm standing behind the booth... every recruiter is a bit different.)
There are many more articles like this on the Internet. Spend some time before the career fair and read through the tips. Get a list of the companies that will be there and specifically target a few that are highest on your list. A little preparation and enthusiasm goes a long way in differentiating you from the other people in line.