To use SSD Online and to submit requests for accommodations, schools must designate one or more SSD Coordinators, school officials who assume the responsibilities related to requesting testing accommodations on College Board exams.
SSD Coordinators are often special education coordinators, guidance directors, or school counselors. Schools may have more than one SSD Coordinator if multiple staff members will be requesting accommodations.
For Educator Use
Only approved educators can use SSD Online; parents and students can benefit from it by working with their school to request accommodations. Get an overview of the request process.
How to Sign Up for SSD Online
- Fax a completed SSD Coordinator Form (.pdf/216KB) to College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities at 866-360-0114. As soon as the form is processed (usually within 1–2 business days), we will email you an SSD access code.
- Create a College Board professional account if you don’t already have one.
- When you receive the access code, go to the College Board home page.
- Select the Professional tab of the sign-in module in top left corner of the screen and enter your username and password.
- Select Disabilities Accommodation Mgmt from the Take me to drop-down list and click the Sign In button.
- In the next screen you will be prompted for your organization and access code. If your organization is already in the drop-down, you can proceed with entering the access code. Otherwise, you can click Select Another Organization and enter your organization information together with the access code.
- Once you have entered your SSD access code and organization information, click Add.
- You should now see your organization and position (SSD Coordinator) under the Your Access heading. Click Finished.
- Click SSD Online – Disabilities Accommodation Management to go to SSD Online. Contact Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) if you have any questions.
Other SSD Coordinator Responsibilities
Each school’s primary SSD Coordinator will also be considered the school’s Testing Coordinator for in-school College Board testing. When schools administer in-school tests, primary SSD Coordinators are responsible for the following:
- Receiving and securing tests
- Generating testing rosters
- Producing Nonstandard Administration Reports for school-based testing.
The primary SSD Coordinator should also submit the School Testing Calendar annually, notifying the College Board of the dates on which they can administer in-school SATs to their own students. Learn more about administering exams with accommodations.
If parents and students want to request accommodations on their own, SSD Coordinators should provide them with a paper Student Eligibility Form and instructions for completing the form. The College Board provides schools with these forms. They cannot be downloaded or photocopied. Only a sample of the form is available online. To request more, contact SSD.
If your contact information changes, update the SSD Coordinator Form (.pdf/216KB).