AP Calculus® and Pre-AP High School Mathematics Institutes
|AP Computer Science Principles||June 13-16||Michele Roberts|
|AP Calculus AB||July 5-8||Wanda Savage|
|AP Calculus BC||July 5-8||Nancy Stephenson|
|Pre-AP High School Mathematics||July 5-8||Melissa Burkhead|
There are scholarships available for the new AP Computer Science Principles. Information can be found on the *College Board website here.
Note: Information about TEA reimbursement can be found here.
Pre-AP and AP Institutes include material appropriate for the 12 hours of GT training related to curriculum and instruction (see code), and the training satisfies the 6-hour GT update required for Texas teachers, subject to individual school districts decisions.
The registration fee for each workshop is $500. The fee includes all materials used throughout the week, breakfast pastries, refreshments during breaks, and a light lunch each of the four days. The institutes will start promptly at 8:00 A.M. each morning and end at 4:30 P.M. each of the four days.
Pre-Registration for any of the institutes is required, and may be accomplished online.
Pre-Registration deadline is
May 30 for June session (AP Computer Science Principles) and June 17 for the July sessions.
After that date, call Cara Barton at (979) 845-2915 to see whether late registrations are being accepted.
- Registration form
- Current A&M Students not currently teaching full time may register for a reduced rate.
Texas A&M University does not accept purchase orders.
You must send a check to:
AP Institutes, Department of Mathematics
Texas A&M University
TAMU Mail Stop 3368
College Station, Texas 77843-3368
Attention: Cara Barton
Housing for the workshops is offered in Hullabaloo Dorm for $157 for four nights. The small 2-bedroom is the only floor plan available. Roomates share a living area but have their own bedrooms that lock separately. A refrigerator and microwave are included. You may bring a TV or use one of the media rooms. You will need to bring you own linens (XL twin or double sheets, pillowcase, towel & washcloth). Parking at the dorm is included. Blocker Building, where the institutes are held, is close enough to walk, but you may park in the Northside Garage for an extra fee (see Parking Information below). If you indicate in your registration that you desire on-campus housing, reservations will be made for you for 4 nights, beginning the night before the institute begins, through the night before the last day of the institue. A full breakfast may be purchased in the dining room at Tradition. Pastries, coffee, and juice are available each morning in Blocker.
Off-Campus Housing is available at several motels/hotels located near the campus.
Vineyard Court Executive Suites (888) 846-2678 is one block south and one block east of the main campus.
Hampton Inn (800) 426-7866 is two blocks north of campus on the west side of Texas Avenue.
LaQuinta Inn (800) 531-5900 is one block south of TAMU.
There are many more options. If you decide to use off-campus accommodations, you will need to make your own reservations.
Parking is available in the Northside Parking Garage, which is next to the Blocker Building (maps) where the workshop will be held, for an hourly rate, which comes to about $15 per day. You do not need a parking pass; simply pay in the machine each day you choose to park there. The West Campus parking garage is located across Wellborn Road from the football stadium, and is about 1 mile from the Blocker Building, where the institutes will be held. You may use the campus bus service at no charge.
The city of College Station has a parking garage located at 309 College Main Street, which is approximately 6 blocks from Blocker, and may be somewhat cheaper.
Shuttle bus service will available between the Southside area and the Blocker Building and between the West Campus Garage and the Blocker building. Check Transportation for specific times and location of stops.
Evening meals are NOT included in the workshop. Participants are expected to provide their own evening meals.