Our AP Summer Institute offers top-tier training in the instruction of Advanced Placement classes. This summer marks our 42nd year of providing instruction in AP subjects, and we are proud to welcome back our talented consultants, all experts in their fields, year after year.
While professional development is not required to prepare for 2023-2024 AP course updates and new classroom resources, the College Board encourages AP teachers to take advantage of the professional development offered by APSIs. Based on survey data, teachers across the country have found AP professional development extremely valuable.
We will be hosting three different online cohorts this year.
- The first online cohort will run from July 24, 2023 - July 28, 2023
- The second online cohort will run from July 31, 2023 - August 4, 2023
- The third online cohort will run from August 7, 2023 - August 11, 2023
Classes are offered Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., and Friday 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. In some cases, classes run from Monday through Thursday only.
Registration for the AP Summer Institute is closing on:
1- For the first online cohort running from July 24, 2023 - July 28, 2023, registration closes on July 14, 2023
2- For the second online cohort running from July 31, 2023 - August 4, 2023, registration closes on July 21, 2023
3- For the third online cohort will run from August 7, 2023 - August 11, 2023; registration closes on July 28, 2023
- If you are interested in attending the first online cohort running from July 24, 2023 - July 28, 2023, please register on our website by clicking here.
- If you are interested in attending the second online cohort running from July 31, 2023 - August 4, 2023, please register on our website by clicking here.
- If you are interested in attending the third online cohort running from August 7, 2023 - August 11, 2023, please register on our website by clicking here.
Tuition & Fees
$900 to audit course/$1530 to take the course for three graduate credits. Applies to online and in-person versions.
Tuition includes course content, a certificate of attendance, and an electronic version of the course materials.
All payments or purchase orders must be received by:
1- For the first online cohort running from July 24, 2023 - July 28, 2023, by July 21, 2023
2- For the second online cohort running from July 31, 2023 - August 4, 2023, by July 28, 2023
3- For the third online cohort will run from August 7, 2023 - August 11, 2023; by August 4, 2023
Payment options include:
1- Credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express) (a transaction fee will be charged for this payment method)
2- Check. Which must include the student's name or the student Manhattan College ID# and be addressed to the office of Advanced Placement Summer Institute.
3- Purchase order through your school district. Which must include the student's name or the student Manhattan College ID# and be addressed to the office of Advanced Placement Summer Institute.
Cohorts will meet via Google Meet and Moodle: Participants can take courses from their homes with an internet-connected device (computer, laptop, tablet, e.g.).
Participants must use their Manhattan College email addresses to access: a) Moodle classroom for attendance, and b) Student self-service portal.
Detailed instructions on access and use of platforms will be sent to participants before the workshop.
Pay your tuition and fees or withdraw from any classes you decide not to take by the published deadline (see above for details) to avoid late fees. A late penalty of 1% of the outstanding balance of any student account will be added at the end of each month until the account is settled. Accounts not paid in full may be referred to a collection agency, which can result in additional collection and/or legal charges being added to your account. Please note that students are legally responsible for payment of their full tuition until it is received by Manhattan College, even if their school districts have agreed to fund their tuition.
Overdue tuition and fees may automatically terminate current enrollment and indefinitely suspend future enrollment. The College reserves the right to request prepayment before allowing registration for future terms. In addition, students with an outstanding obligation to the College will also be barred from online account access, receiving grade reports, and parking decals, until all account balances have been paid.
Payment Responsibilities and Agreement Notice
Upon enrollment, students agree to be in accordance with all policies and procedures related to their financial obligation to Manhattan College.
Specifically, students agree to pay all tuition and fees in accordance with the cancellation policy described below.
The student assumes liability for any debt incurred during their attendance at Manhattan College as outlined below, regardless of the payment source. The terms of payment, withdrawal and adjustment are set forth on the Advanced Placement Institute website and are incorporated upon enrollment at Manhattan College.
Manhattan College uses e-mail as an official method of communication to students. Therefore students are responsible for reading the e-mails received from Manhattan College on a timely basis.
Students are required to notify in writing to the College promptly of any change in address, phone number, other contact information, or course cancellation by emailing such changes to firstname.lastname@example.org (to cancel a course, submit the course cancellation form, which can be downloaded here). Failure to comply with the policies on address and telephone changes that result in the loss or delay of contact is the student's sole responsibility.
By providing their mobile number to the college, students consent to be contact on a wireless number via auto-dialer or prerecorded message. They knowingly release the wireless number to the calling entity and receive text messages for the wireless number provided and any future numbers.
Payment to the College is always the student's responsibility regardless of the funding source for tuition.
Inquiries regarding accounts receivable and/or cashiering can be directed to the Office of Student Accounts and Bursar Services by phone at (718) 862-7961 or by email email@example.com.
Acceptable forms of payment are cash, personal check, bank check, money order, credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express), and bank wire via Western Union. Checks must be payable to Manhattan College, with the student’s Manhattan College identification number included.
Payments can be made in person at the Office of Student Accounts and Bursar Services in Miguel Hall, mailed or submitted on our secure online Student Account Suite by using a credit card and eCheck (ACH withdrawals) with the student’s identification number included. The College reserves the right to dictate eligible forms of future payments in cases where insufficient funds are presented and/or in cases of continued delinquent account status.
The College further reserves the right to request prepayment in certified funds before allowing registration for future terms. Students can avoid late fees by paying their tuition and fees by the published deadline. A late penalty of 1% of the outstanding balance of any student account will be assessed monthly until the account is paid in full.
To cancel a course, submit the course cancellation form, which can be downloaded here. Scan and email this form to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Drop Course [ID#] [First & Last Name]. The form needs to be signed by the student and the APSI director for it to be effective.
Refund & Cancellation Deadlines
1- For the first online cohort running from July 24, 2023 - July 28, 2023, by July 19, 2023
2- For the second online cohort running from July 31, 2023 - August 4, 2023, by July 26, 2023
3- For the third online cohort will run from August 7, 2023 - August 11, 2023; by August 2, 2023
Cancellations after those deadlines will receive an 80% refund by the first day of the session. After the first day of the session, no refunds will be provided.
Grants to Feeder Schools
Manhattan College awards a $300 remission grant to any current or prospective teacher taking the course for graduate credit from a secondary school that has sent ten or more students to Manhattan College in the preceding 10-year period. A list of these schools is available here.
Credit vs. Audit
Participants must decide whether to take the course for credit or audit at registration. If your employer is paying for the course, please check with them before you make your decision.
At Manhattan College, participants have the opportunity to take the AP course for graduate credit at an additional cost of $630.
If a participant chooses to take the course for credit, he or she will receive three (3) graduate credits in education, a transcript after the course is completed, and a certificate upon completion of the course denoting 45 hours of professional development.
During the week of the Institute, consultants will assign separate projects to be completed after the week of the course to receive graduate credit for the course. Consultants will then assign letter grades to those participants taking the class for credit; the faculty will post transcripts within the next few weeks.
If a participant chooses to take the course and not receive graduate credit, we call this an audit. Upon completion of the course, the participant will receive a certificate denoting 37.5 hours of Professional Development. There is no extra project and no transcript.
If you would like to switch from one session to another, the last day to switch is the last day of registration for each cohort. And this switch should be requested by email to email@example.com.