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CEEB Codes


What is a CEEB code? Why should I use the school code search?

CEEB stands for College Entrance Examination Board. A CEEB code is a standardized ID number that is assigned to a high school, college or university. CEEB codes are issued by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). These four- to six-digit codes are mostly used in college entrance exams such as the SAT and ACT.  Many colleges and universities, like Kansas Wesleyan University, have opted to use CEEB codes on their applications.

To prevent errors, most online applications do not allow manual entry of CEEB codes. Instead, they rely on a School Code Search. Simply search the list of schools for the name of a specific school and click on that link to insert the school’s CEEB code into the form.

The CEEB codes are needed when you register for a SAT tests or send score reports to colleges and scholarship programs.

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