Student Search Service: What Information Is Shared

Student Search Service

When you join Student Search Serviceā„¢, you agree to share the following information with participating organizations. Colleges, universities, nonprofit scholarship programs, and nonprofit educational organizations pay for Student Search Service, but this service can be accessed at no cost to you. These organizations rely on the information you share to discover students who may be a good fit for their programs. You can update your information using the links below.

College Board Account Information

  • Name (including your preferred first name)
  • Address
  • Gender
  • Date of Birth
  • High School (or that you're homeschooled)
  • Graduation Year
  • Email Address
  • Your score range on completed SAT, AP, or PSAT10 and PSAT/NMSQT exams

Update Your Account Information

College Board College List

  • Colleges that you're interested in

Update Your College List

More About You

  • Ethnicity
  • Parents' highest level of education
  • High School GPA
  • High School Courses and Activities
    Art & Music
    ROTC History
  • College Plans & Preferences 
    Educational Aspirations
    Financial Aid Plans
    College Preferences
    ROTC Plans
    Religious Interest
  • Intended Major
  • National Recognition Program Award
  • AP Exam Participation 

Date About Your High School 

  • High School Address
  • Indicator added that a student's SAT score falls somewhere above the 75th percentile of SAT scores from the student's high school