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College Board Officially Opens New College Board India Office

College Board president Jeremy Singer recently inaugurated the new College Board India Office in Delhi. The opening of the Delhi office on June 1, 2019 marks the first College Board physical presence outside the United States or U.S. territories.


India Global Higher Education Forum Held in Delhi

At the College Board’s 2nd annual India Global Higher Education Alliance Forum, leaders from the Alliance’s member universities from India, US, UK, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore gathered with prominent experts from the World Bank, Brookings India, secondary school leaders and NGOs to discuss how to advance access, inclusion, and excellence in higher education in India.

AP Participation Among Traditionally Underrepresented Groups Surges at Connecticut’s Middletown High School

Recognizing the significant racial disparities among students participating in Advanced Placement (AP) courses at Middletown High School, students—along with school and district leaders—decided to take action.


On September 30, 2019, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts ruled for Harvard in the case: Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard. The Access & Diversity Collaborative has released a preliminary analysis of the case, and is offering several opportunities to learn more about implications for higher education. 


The College Board is proud to announce that ten new institutions have licensed PowerFAIDS this year, with another dozen-plus schools expanding their use of PowerFAIDS.   

Annual Survey of Colleges, 2017-18

Early decision and early action plans allow students to submit a college application in the fall (typically by November 1) with the promise of receiving a decision by mid-December.  Early decision (ED) and early action (EA) plans can be beneficial to students who have thought through their college options carefully and have a clear preference for one institution.