This supplemental privacy notice gives Colorado residents additional information required by the Colorado Privacy Act and its implementing regulations (CPA). These provisions, together with the statements in the College Board privacy notices, explain our practices for processing Colorado residents’ personal data to the extent CPA applies.
We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information offline from children under 13 who may be consumers of our programs and services and covered by CPA. Please send us a message or contact Customer Service before providing any such information.
Your Rights: College Board respects your right to access, correct, and request deletion of your personally identifiable information and to portability of it as required by law. This means:
- You have a right to know if College Board maintains your personally identifiable information. If we do, you have the right to access it and request that we provide you a copy of your information (subject to the rights of others) in a portable, and, to the extent technically feasible, readily usable format that allows you to transmit it to another entity.
- If your information is inaccurate, you have the right to ask us to update it.
- You may ask us to delete your personally identifiable information.
To exercise these rights, please complete the Your Privacy Choices webform, email us at [email protected], or write to us at the U.S. address provided in this Privacy Statement and our Customer Service team will assist you. You may also go to my.collegeboard.org/profile to access and correct certain personal data. Our ability to delete personal information will be limited when we’re required to retain records, as in connection with score reports and test security processes.
College Board also respects your right to opt out of Student Search Service (Search). You can opt out of Search at any time by submitting the Your Privacy Choices webform, going to my.collegeboard.org/profile/privacy, contacting us at 866-825-8051, or emailing us at [email protected].
You may authorize someone to act on your behalf to exercise these rights, using the same methods described above. We may need to verify your identity, and any authorized agent authorized by you to act on your behalf, before we can process your request. College Board’s process to authenticate identity includes name, date of birth, and security phrase or security questions, as well as further validation processes, if necessary, including use of the phone number associated with the account.
If College Board does not take the action you requested when exercising these rights, you may appeal such inaction within a reasonable period after we have notified you of our denial of your request. To submit your appeal, please complete the Your Privacy Choices webform, email us at [email protected], or write to us at the U.S. address provided in this Privacy Statement.
Cookies for Targeted Advertising: When you visit our website and with your consent, we place cookies on your computer. Visitors to our site from Colorado can opt out of cookies for nonessential website purposes when they first access our site, including marketing cookies. You may exercise your right to opt out of processing personal data for targeted advertising by clicking on the link “Cookie Settings and Your Opt-Out Rights” and then “Marketing Cookies,” presented as a banner when you visit our website. Please see the Cookies and Website Usage for more information regarding cookies and similar technologies.