When can I register for the Advanced Placement Summer Institute (APSI) at the University of Louisville?
Registration begins in March. Please check with this site for updates.
What if I have to miss part of the APSI?
The APSI week is intense and the consultants cover an enormous amount of material in a very short amount of time. A teacher must attend 32 hours of training to obtain College Board certification.
How much does the APSI cost?
The APSI costs $600 per session, which covers the cost of instruction, College Board Advanced Placement packets, and other teaching materials. Sessions with labs have an additional lab fee of $50. On-campus lodging in Bettie Johnson Hall is a separate cost of $275 during the institute ($55 each additional night) and reservations should be made through the UofL APSI website.
Are there any other fees?
Continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks are included in the registration fees, but dinners are on your own, so plan accordingly.
Where do I park?
Most parking will be located on the UofL Belknap Campus. More details will be available at a later date.
What is the cancellation policy?
Full refunds of remaining APSI fees will be issued approximately four weeks before each institute begins. To cancel, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where will I be housed if I choose to stay on campus?
On-campus housing will be available at Bettie Johnson Hall, located at 401 West Cardinal Blvd., Louisville, KY, 40208, on the corner of Cardinal Blvd. and Fourth Street. The telephone number of the front desk is 502-854-2417. Bettie Johnson Hall is air-conditioned and has high-speed internet connectivity. Parking is available onsite.
Will I have my own bathroom in on-campus housing?
Each participant will have his/her own bedroom with a common kitchen and living room area shared with one other participant of the same gender.
Who will be teaching my seminar?
The APSI invites experienced, successful teachers who are certified by the College Board.
What materials do I need to bring with me?
Consultants will email participants before each session begins.