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AP Summer Institute

Frequently Asked Questions

For additional information about the AP Summer Institute or questions about registration and payment, please contact Professional Development Programs. Please note our address has changed:

Northwestern University
Professional Development Programs - APSI
339 East Chicago Avenue, 6th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611
312-503-0458
apsi@northwestern.edu

  1. Can I pay with a purchase order?
    The APSI does not accept purchase orders. All payments must be made by check, money order or credit card (MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Discover, Diners). Checks and money orders must clearly state the name of the registrant. For further information, please go to the Tuition and Registration page. Check payments must be sent to the Chicago address listed above. 

  2. What is the APSI vendor number?
    The APSI vendor number varies by school district. For assistance identifying our vendor number, please contact your school administrator. Our Federal Tax Identification Number is 36-2167817.

  3. Is the AP Summer Institute applicable for experienced teachers who already teach an AP course?
    There are three different types of AP courses offered: 1) Adept AP teachers only,  2) Novice AP teachers only,  or 3) Combined for both new and experienced teachers. It is imperative that new AP teachers do NOT go to experienced teacher sessions. Please consult the individual course description on the Session Descriptions page for the years of teaching experience required to enroll in a given workshop.

  4. Is there a reduced tuition rate if I don't eat my meals or stay at NU? I live about XX miles away and can easily commute.
    The tuition amount is for tuition only and does not include fees for housing or meals.

  5. Does the APSI offer any professional discounts at all?
    The tuition already reflects a discount for professional educators.

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