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Where does your data come from?
We aggregate data from a number of sources, and are adding more all the time. You can see the sources of our data at the bottom of any profile.
How does Noodle make money?
Noodle helps the country's top not-for-profit institutions identify highly qualified applicants. What this actually means: Many colleges and universities pay Noodle for the contact information of student users who have expressed interest in learning more about that college or university's degree-granting programs. Noodle never sells user information without user consent. Noodle also never publishes sponsored content without explicitly marking that content as such — meaning you can trust the editorial integrity of all Noodle articles.
Can I update or correct the information on my profile?
Yes! You can easily get access to your profile and manage your information so it’s always accurate and up-to-date. Claim your school profile and we’ll contact you to verify that you are authorized to control this profile.
I found something on your site that’s not accurate.
Please contact us to let us know, and we’ll correct it right away! With more than 800,000 records from a variety of sources, there is the occasional mistake. We strive to provide the best possible, and your feedback helps us do that. If you are a school, university, tutor, or other provider, you can easily get access to your profile and manage your information so it’s always accurate and up-to-date.
What is a Noodle Expert?
An expert is someone we’ve identified who has demonstrated significant knowledge, interest, and commitment to a particular education topic. This could be a tutor, guidance counselor, school administrator, parent, or even you! Interested in becoming a Noodle Expert? Get more information.
How did Noodle get its name?
To “noodle” on something means to think about it and we’re constantly pondering how to make education better and more accessible. Plus, we just liked the name!