What is College Board’s Student Search Service?

The College Board’s Student Search Service is a college recruiting program that allows colleges and universities to access information about high school students who have taken the SAT or PSAT/NMSQT and have agreed to participate in the program. If you opt in to the Student Search Service, your name, address, and other contact information will be made available to colleges and universities that participate in the program. However, your test scores will not be shared unless you specifically authorize the College Board to release your scores to these schools.

If you do not want your information to be shared with colleges and universities through the Student Search Service, you can opt out of the program at any time by contacting the College Board. You can also choose not to release your test scores to specific schools, or to all schools, by indicating this on your College Board account. It is important to note that opting out of the Student Search Service will not affect your ability to apply to college or to receive financial aid. It will simply limit the colleges and universities that have access to your contact information and test scores.

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