How can I take part in the program?

The College Board Opportunity Scholarships are currently open to all class of 2022 students in the United States, Puerto Rico, and U.S. territories. U.S. citizens and residents attending Department of Defense Education Activity schools abroad are also eligible to participate. At least half of the scholarships will be awarded to students whose families earn less than $60,000 per year.

The class of 2022 winners of the $40,000 Complete Your Journey scholarship will be announced in March 2022.

Contact Information

If you’re a student, parent, or educator looking for more information about the College Board Opportunity Scholarships, visit:

If you have a customer service question, call: 844-298-3554 or email [email protected]

If you’re a member of the media, email: [email protected]


I’m a class of 2021 student who participated in the College Board Opportunity Scholarships. How will I know if I earned a scholarship?

Students will receive an email if they’re selected as a winner and will be notified when they return to their progress tracker or view their My Achievements page via their College Board account.

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How can class of 2022 students join the College Board Opportunity Scholarships?

Eligible class of 2022 students can visit the College Board Opportunity Scholarships homepage to opt in to the program via their College Board account.

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How will I know when I’ve earned an entry to any of the College Board Opportunity Scholarships, including the Complete Your Journey scholarship?

You’ll see your My Action Plan progress tracker update when you’ve earned an entry. After the drawing, you’ll be able to see your entries earned from the My Achievements page.

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How will these scholarships be disbursed to the students?

Scholarships will be disbursed directly to the college or university that the student will attend.

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What can the scholarships be used for?

The scholarships can be applied to tuition, fees, books, and other relevant educational expenses.

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