SSD Online for Coordinators

Get step-by-step instructions for requesting and managing accommodations through the online portal.

Sign in to your SSD Online dashboard.

Keep in Mind

For most College Board exams, testing with accommodations requires SSD approval.

Approval by the College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) is always required before students can take the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, SAT, or AP Exams with accommodations.

SSD Online is faster than submitting paper requests.

SSD Online is the quickest and most efficient way to request or manage accommodations.

Step-by-Step

FAQs

Who can use SSD Online?

Counselors and other school educators get access to SSD Online by becoming SSD coordinators. At present, the system is unavailable to families and students.

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How do I become an SSD coordinator?

First, register as an SSD coordinator by completing and submitting an SSD Coordinator Form to College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities. Once the form is processed (usually within 1–2 business days), we’ll email you instructions for accessing SSD Online. SSD Online is not available to students or families.

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Can multiple school officials use the online request system?

Yes. A school can have multiple SSD coordinators, educators authorized to use SSD Online. Each staff member needs an individual College Board professional account and SSD Online access.

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