Doing Business with the College Board
The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity. Our suppliers help us to achieve this mission by providing high-quality and cost-competitive products and services. We are committed to working with all businesses, including diverse suppliers. If you or your subcontractors are a small or minority-owned business, we encourage you to learn more about our supplier diversity program.
Register Your Business
If you are interested in doing business with the College Board, register with us through our supplier registration portal . This is the fastest and most efficient way to be considered as a potential supplier.
You may register in one of two ways:
- By invitation: The College Board invites you to register by providing you with a URL.
- Complete your company profile on the supplier registration portal .
Follow the prompts to submit the following documents and other information about your business:
- W-9 (or W-8)
- Certificate of Insurance
- Diversity certification by any authorized certifying agencies
- Small business self-certification form
- Tier II subcontract spend report
- Once successfully registered, you will receive a confirmation email.
Registration does not guarantee a contract, but it does help us identify you as a potential bidder. If, in the future, there is a match between the College Board’s needs and your company’s core competencies, you will be contacted by a member of our sourcing team. For this reason, it is important that you keep your information complete and up-to-date. Read more about the College Board’s expectations and code of conduct for suppliers .
Registration in College Board’s Supplier Database does not certify or designate a firm as a “preferred” or “approved” supplier. Registration gives College Board access to your company’s information. We will use the information in the database as a source of potential suppliers to consider when an appropriate opportunity arises in our Sourcing process.
The College Board does not post procurement opportunities. Below is a representative sample of services purchased by the College Board. This list is subject to change.