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Texas A&M University
Mathematics

2023 AP* Calculus and Computer Science Institutes
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Institute   Dates   Consultant
AP Computer Science Principles   July 10-13, 2023   Michele Roberts
AP Precalculus   July 10-13, 2023   Dickie Thomasson
AP Calculus AB   July 10-13, 2023   Nancy Grigassy
AP Calculus BC   July 10-13, 2023   Nancy Stephenson


Registration link for AP Institutes 2023 Coming Soon
We do not process PO's. After registering, be sure to pay through A&M Marketplace.

If your district does not use credit cards, you can pay by check. If you need a P.O., one can be used internally in the district, and the registration confirmation will serve as an invoice. Send the check quickly (so your spot is reserved, and you can receive you College Board materials in a timely manner) to:

AP Institutes
Department of Mathematics
TAMU 3368
College Station, Texas 77843-3368

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Note: Information about TEA reimbursement can be found here.

New from TEA

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 the AP Institutes for 2023 is $575. 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 the AP institutes is required, and may be accomplished online. Pre-Registration deadline is June 12 in order to receive a hard copy of College Board materials. Registrations after June 12 will receive an electronic copy.

Housing

Housing for the workshops is offered in Hullabaloo Dorm for $320 for four nights, Monday through Thursday. 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, Monday through Thursday nights. If you are traveling from a long distance and need to stay through Friday night, you need to let us know when you register (email contact below). 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.

Additional Information

For additional information, contact Sandra Nite (AP Summer Institutes Director), (979) 248-0653 or Cara Barton (conference coordinator), (979) 845-2915

College of Science AP Institutes

Last update - May 4, 2021