$620 - off-campus housing
$825 - on-campus housing and meals
$655 - off-campus housing
$860 - on-campus housing
English Literature & Composition
English Language & Composition
U.S. Government & Politics
(includes lab fee)
An important benefit of the Institute is the opportunity for teachers to get to know other teachers with similar interests and concerns. We encourage you to stay on campus during the Institute in order to make the most of this opportunity. Housing is in one of our newest residence halls. Arranged in apartment style suites and semi-private baths, our residence halls have elevators and are fully air-conditioned. A kitchenette is available in most suites. The housing cost includes housing and meals for the week which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Thursday, and breakfast on Friday. A limited number of single occupancy rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. As an added bonus, family members and other guests can stay on campus with you. Contact our office for details.
Those who do not want to stay in campus housing are welcome to commute from home or nearby hotels.
The cost of all meals is included in the housing cost for those who chose to stay on campus.
Those who chose to commute receive lunch and refreshment breaks each day. All other meals are the responsibility of each individual. The college cafeteria is open for all who wish to dine on campus.
In the summer of 2013, The College Board will be providing scholarships for teachers of STEM subjects as well as for the 2013 AP redesigned subjects: Chemistry, and Spanish Language and Culture. Further information regarding applications for these scholarships will be released in the spring.
Be sure to check here for more information about scholarship funds that can pay for professional develop training in our AP courses: Spanish Language, Chemistry and Statistics.
Providing AP Summer Institute Scholarships to AP secondary school teachers
The AP Fellows program is an annual competitive grant program that provides scholarships for secondary school teachers to attend AP Summer Institutes. AP Summer Institutes provide an excellent opportunity for teachers to gain command of a specific AP subject and to receive up-to-date information on the latest curriculum changes. Scholarships are available to teachers from schools that serve minority or low-income students who have been traditionally underrepresented in AP courses. The $1,000 scholarships assist teachers with the cost of attending an AP Summer Institute. For a teacher to qualify s/he must teach at a school that meets at least one of the following criteria:
Application deadline: February 15, 2013
More information is found on AP Central.
The College Board AP Fellows program is an annual competitive grant program that provides scholarships for secondary school teachers planning to teach AP courses in schools that serve minority and/or low-income students who have been traditionally underrepresented in AP courses. The scholarships assist teachers with the cost of attending an AP Summer Institute. For a teacher to qualify, one of these must be true of the teacher's school:
Fifty percent or more of the student population must consist of traditionally underrepresented students of color (African American, Hispanic, or Native American)
Fifty percent or more of the student population must consist of students whose average family income level is equivalent to, or below, the national annual average for a low-income family of four (approximately $36,000)
The Summer Institutes provide an excellent opportunity for teachers to gain command of a specific AP subject and to receive up-to-date information on the latest curriculum changes. Each 2012 College Board AP Fellow will be offered a scholarship of $1,000 to attend a College Board–endorsed AP Summer Institute.
Application deadline: February 15, 2012.
For more information and obtain a scholarship application, go to AP Central®.
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