Advanced Placement courses are offered via the College Board’s Advanced Placement Program to high school students and reflect the information found in a college-level course. Students taking such courses have the option to take an advanced placement exam following completion of the course. Some colleges, including all state institutions in Colorado pursuant to Colorado Commission on Higher Education policy, offer credit based on a student's advanced placement exam score. Students who take an advanced placement exam must pay an exam fee.
The Advanced Placement (AP) Exam Fee Grant Program is intended to increase the number of eligible students who take advanced placement exams and receive scores for which college academic credit is awarded by providing funds to high schools, to pay all or a portion of advanced placement exam fees on behalf of eligible students*.
Eligible student” means a student enrolled in a high school who is a low-income individual, as defined in 20 U.S.C. sec. 9832(3) and who is planning to take one or more advanced placement exams
NOW OPEN! 2019 Advanced Placement Exam Fee Grant Program
- Please complete the Intent to Participate.
- Upon completion of this 5-question survey, you will receive a link to the application form due April 1, 2019. An electronic copy of the application (in PDF format) must be submitted via Syncplicity by the deadline.
- Applications should only include the required elements in the templates and forms provided in pages 5-7. The signatures on the Assurances page must include original signatures of the lead organization/fiscal agent.
- Please submit all application components as a single PDF document.