Scholar Snapp’s Transition to the College Board

Here’s What You Need to Know

Scholar Snapp and the College Board are partnering to improve the scholarship application experience, making it faster and easier for students to connect to scholarships that will help them pursue a college degree.

As of October 1, 2020, Scholar Snapp functionality is available through the College Board Scholarship Search tool. With a College Board account, you will be able to reuse your information with select scholarship providers from one application to another.

You may already have a College Board account if you have taken the PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, or AP exams, or created an account for other College Board services. Whether applying through the College Board’s Scholarship Search tool, or directly through a participating scholarship provider’s website, you can save time on your application by simply logging into your College Board account and adding information to your account to help match you to scholarships.

Do you have an existing Scholar Snapp profile?

With an existing Scholar Snapp profile, you are able to create your College Board account in just a few clicks, transferring your Scholar Snapp profile. Log into your Scholar Snapp account for information on how to transfer your profile to the College Board or to delete your account. You will no longer be able to complete scholarship applications with your Scholar Snapp profile unless it is transferred to the College Board.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are Scholar Snapp and the College Board partnering?

Scholar Snapp and the College Board are partnering to improve the scholarship application experience, making it faster and easier for students to connect to scholarships that will help them pursue a college degree. The College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for college each year through programs and services including the SAT and the Advanced Placement program.

What are the benefits for me?

For students with a College Board account, this service makes it easy to populate applications to select scholarship providers with their information on file – so you can apply in a fraction of the time. Whether applying through the College Board scholarship listing, or directly through a participating scholarship provider’s website, you can reuse your information from one application to another by logging into your College Board account.

You may have an existing College Board account through programs and services such as SAT, Advanced Placement, or BigFuture. If you don’t have an existing account, sign up for free at collegeboard.org.

How do I transfer my Scholar Snapp profile to the College Board?

Log into your Scholar Snapp account for information on how to transfer your information to the College Board or to delete your account.

What happens if I don’t transfer my profile to the College Board?

You will have until March 31, 2021, to transfer your information to the College Board or to delete your Scholar Snapp account. You will also have the option to download a copy of your Scholar Snapp profile to reference in the future. After March 31, 2021, we’ll remove all records.

What is the College Board’s commitment to student data privacy?

The College Board is committed to protecting student data privacy and is an active signatory of the Student Data Privacy Pledge. The organization follows a set of privacy principles that govern how data is utilized to create opportunities for students. That data is an integral part of how the College Board works with members to help students access and succeed in college. Learn more about the organization’s privacy policy at about.collegeboard.org/privacy-center.