CEEB Code Information


What is a CEEB Code?

The CEEB (College Entrance Examination Board) Code is a unique identification number assigned to high schools and colleges by the College Board. The CEEB Code allows schools to submit forms and documents on behalf of the applicant for the Common Application.


For context, the Common Application is a non-profit organisation used by more than 1,000 diverse institutions of higher education which enables a single online college application form. Most are located in USA, but some are also located in Canada, China, Japan, and across Europe.  It enables students to apply to multiple universities at once, and with our integration with the Common App, you can send documents via BridgeU to these Institutions. You can explore the full list of Common App Colleges and Universities here: https://www.commonapp.org/explore/


How to find your CEEB Code, or how to obtain one?

Find out whether your school has a CEEB code by searching for it here: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/k-12-school-code-search.

If you do not have a CEEB code, A College Board Code Request account is needed to request a College Board Code for the first time, to update permissions or programs offered for an existing College Board Code, or to update organization data (including institution name and address) for an existing College Board code. Click here to create a College Board Code Request account account or sign in.

You can also contact ETS Code Control by emailing codecontrol@ets.org for further assistance.

Note: if the application form contains the option to "administer assessments". Only select this option if you plan to administer SAT examinations at your school. You should check "become a score recipient" to receive student results to the school.


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