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Student Search Service - Discover College Opportunities - The College Board

Student Search Service® helps you learn about different colleges - get information on application processes, financial aid, and campus life.

SAT Subject Tests – Student Search Service

Students taking SAT Subject Tests can opt in to get information on educational and financial aid opportunities from more than 1,200 colleges and scholarships.

IDOC: Institutional Documentation Service - College Board

IDOC helps students get financial aid by electronically storing and sending financial documents to institutions.

Student Search Service

The SAT Suite of Assessments provides access to Student Search Service®, making students’ names and select information available to colleges and scholarships.

Student Search Service – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

Find out how this free, optional service connects your child to colleges and scholarships.

Does my child have to use Student Search Service? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

No. Participation in Student Search Service is completely voluntary. Your child can opt in or opt out at any time.

How can my child opt out of Student Search Service? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

Your child can opt out of Student Search Service by submitting this online form or calling 866-825-8051.

If my child opts in to Student Search Service, will colleges get their PSAT/NMSQT scores? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

No, colleges won't receive your child’s actual test scores. By opting in to Student Search Service, your child is allowing us to share the information they provide on the student data questionnaire and on our website, BigFuture, with colleges and universities. They use these data to send your...

Connect to Colleges – Student Search Service® –The College Board

This free service helps you get more information about colleges who are looking for students like you. You may get emails, postal mail or both.

About Your Data – Student Search Service® –The College Board

Your privacy matters. Learn about the data shared through Student Search Service.

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