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As a College Board member, your organization is a part of a community of educators working together for over 100 years to deliver opportunity to students. Our members represent more than 6,000 organizations worldwide.

College Board Membership Community

The Membership Community is an online self-service portal where individuals with membership roles can:
  • Appoint membership contacts and delegates
  • Submit membership dues
  • View member organization and College Board committee details
  • Nominate colleagues for College Board governance positions and participate in elections
  • View upcoming membership events and meetings
Membership account managers, chief executives, delegates, and institutional voters can access this tool. Log in through your College Board account here.
Questions? Email [email protected]


Delegates are appointed annually by the member organization chief executive or membership account manager.

Delegates are a link between their organization and the College Board. They’re encouraged to represent their organizations at national and regional assembly meetings at Forum each fall and regional forums each winter.

Delegates serve on three key assemblies:

Academic Assembly delegates take action on issues related to academic standards, curriculum development, and instruction across all disciplines within the education continuum.

Counseling and Admission Assembly delegates connect the important work of school counselors with higher education admission policies and practices.

CSS/Financial Assistance Assembly delegates consider policies, practices, and procedures associated with college affordability and financial aid.

More on delegates and their roles at how we're governed.

Events and Professional Development Workshops 

At our national events, professionals can create critical connections between policy, research, and real-world practice. Members receive a discounted rate to attend key College Board events, including National  and Regional Forums, as well as conferences such as the AP® Annual Conference; Prepárate™: Educating Latinos for the Future of America; A Dream Deferred™: The Future of African American Education; Native American Student Advocacy Institute; and the National Chinese Language Conference

Local College Board professional development workshops and events are tailored for middle school, high school, and higher education participants. Members receive a discounted rate to attend training on topics such as financial aid, curriculum development and instruction, and college counseling.