Howard University Advanced Placement Summer Institute

Howard University Advanced Placement Summer Institute

About APSI at Howard University

Howard University is an urban campus located in the northwest quadrant of Washington, DC. The Howard University School of Education is known for its educator preparation steeped in methods to effectively teach diverse populations.

Centrally located from six large urban public and public charter school districts in Washington, DC, Southern Maryland and Northern Virginia, we anticipate a high interest in our APSI beyond teachers in the local area. Teachers who attend the APSI at Howard University in 2024 will gain knowledge in culturally-affirming instruction that facilitates student success via the plenary sessions. Attendees will also have the opportunity to take field trips to the Library of Congress, embassies, and other policy agencies in the District of Columbia to explore free resources they can use in the classroom to enhance the learning experience for AP students.

 

APSI @ Howard University 2024 Course List – (IN-PERSON)

AP African American Studies Session 1 - APSI @ Howard University (July 22-25, 2024)

AP African American Studies Session 2 - APSI @ Howard University (July 22-25, 2024)

AP Calculus AB: New Teachers - APSI @ Howard University (July 22-25, 2024)

AP English Language and Composition - APSI @ Howard University (July 22-25, 2024)

AP English Literature and Composition - APSI @ Howard University (July 22-25, 2024)

AP Government and Politics - APSI @ Howard University (July 22-25, 2024)

AP U.S. History - APSI @ Howard University (July 22-25, 2024)

 

APSI 2024 Tuition

The tuition for the institute includes the cost of instruction and all course materials. Continue to monitor our website and social media accounts for updates about our APSI 2024 tuition rates.

 

APSI Scholarship Programs 2024
The College Board is offering scholarships to teachers for the 2024 AP Summer Institutes through a few programs: (1) the AP Fellows Scholarship, (2) the AP Rural Fellows Scholarship, and (3) the AP Capstone Scholarship. For more information, please visit www.collegeboard.org/apsischolarships.  

 

Registration

All registrations go through the Cvent website. Registration closes 2 weeks in advance of each session to allow time for materials to be shipped to participants. Continue to monitor our website and social media accounts for updates about our APSI 2024 registration schedule.

 

Travel

Howard University has hotel partners to accommodate your lodging needs. Visit Howard University Campus Travel Management to view the list of nearby hotels.

Visitor parking is available on the Howard Center Lot at a rate of $10/day. To purchase a daily or monthly parking permit please visit RunParking. Metered parking is also available on the streets surrounding the campus. Public transportation via DC Metro bus or rail is highly encouraged. 

 

Other questions?

For any questions you may have, please email apsi@howard.edu.