UA Little Rock Advanced Placement Summer Institute: Learning, Leading, Inspiring
UA Little Rock will offer three weeks of world class professional learning opportunities for 2021 Advanced Placement Summer Institutes(APSI). APSI for June 28-July 1 will be fully ONLINE. The weeks of July 13-16 and July 27-30 will be held face-to-face on the UA Little Rock campus. If COVID prohibits the face-to-face option, the weeks will pivot to ONLINE as well. The safety and well-being of our College Board consultants, our participants, and our staff are our primary concern during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The online environment offers an opportunity to serve APSI participants innovatively with exciting, dynamic professional development teachers have come to expect from the College Board. UA Little Rock has extensive experience with online courses and online professional development. The University is supported by a well-developed tech support infrastructure and a widely used online Learning Management System. Whether you are an experienced online learner, an online beginner, or opt for a face-to-face experience, UA Little Rock has the resources for you!
2021 UA Little Rock AP Summer Institute
Registration for 2021 UA Little Rock APSI is now open.
Registration is free to ALL Arkansas public school teachers through UA Little Rock APSI ADE grant.
|Dr. Diane Halm||AP English Language – NEW|
|Alfonso Correa||AP English Language – EXPERIENCED|
|Nancy Dickinson||AP English Literature – NEW|
|Skip Nicholson||AP English Literature – EXPERIENCED|
|Christine Bond-Custred||AP World History: Modern|
|Bruce Smith||AP U. S. History – NEW|
|Dr. John Irish||AP U.S. History – EXPERIENCED|
|Marsha Russell||AP Art History|
|Patti Harrold||AP European History|
|Travis Burton||AP Computer Science A|
|Jeff Norby||AP Psychology|
|Kenny Moore||AP Calculus AB – NEW|
|Eugene Chase||AP U.S. Gov. and Politics|
|Julie Wakefield||AP Human Geography|
|Brook Bullock||AP English Language – COMBINED|
|Christine Carson||AP English Literature – COMBINED|
|Melissa Eddy||AP Biology – NEW|
|Tom Willis||AP Biology – EXPERIENCED|
|Casey Akin||AP Chemistry – NEW|
|TJ Dortch||AP Chemistry – EXPERIENCED|
|Dr. Julie Hood||AP Physics 1|
|Jim Lehner||AP Environmental Science|
|Cedric French||AP Calculus AB – EXPERIENCED|
|Trish Winnard||AP Art and Design – NEW|
|Doug Allen||AP Art and Design – EXPERIENCED|
Dr. Lee Kucera
|AP Spanish Language and Culture
What You Will Need to Register
- Your College Board User ID and Password: If you do NOT have a College Board account, you can easily create one on the College Board website.
- Your principal’s name and email address.
- Contact College Board Call Center for support: 703-297-3963 (to change your institution, name or email address)
- Password resets: there is an online user/password reset under “My Account” tab on the College Board site: https://account.collegeboard.org/login/login
If you need help in registering, please feel free to contact our office at 501-569-3410 from 8 a.m to 5 p.m.
Lost or no longer can print your APSI certificate?
The link to print your 2020 certificate came through the College Board’s CVENT and was available to you from the day your APSI closed until the first of October.
All replacement certificates require accessing databases and creating a completely new certificate. Because of that, the fee is $25.00 and will need to be paid to UA Little Rock cashiers’ office at 501-569-8757. They are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Once we receive the receipt from the cashiers office, then we can create your certificate, scan it and send it to you. We will also send a hard copy to your home address. We will need the year of your APSI, the name of the class that you took, and your current address to mail it to you.
Due to College Board’s new Pre-AP Program, our AP Summer Institute will no longer offer Pre-AP.
For Summer 2021, UA Little Rock will continue to monitor the constantly evolving status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We are committed to providing up-to-date health, safety, and travel information and enacting recommendations based on guidance from the UA System, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and regional public health agencies. We are fortunate to receive briefings from the Arkansas Governor’s Office.