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Payment is due to College Board by June 15, 2022 (postmark deadline)—not at the time of ordering. Schools determine how and when to collect and track exam payment.

2022 AP Fee Assistance Policies by State

State policies for the 2022 AP Exams will be posted on this page as soon as each state’s funding plan is finalized for the 2021-22 school year. For reference, you can view the exam funding policies for last year (2020-21) here.

College Board provides a $34 fee reduction per AP Exam for eligible students with financial need. Schools are expected to forgo their $9 rebate for these students, resulting in a cost of $53 per exam (for international: $83 per exam ($53 for schools in Canada); for AP Seminar or AP Research Exams: $101).

Many states use federal and state funding to further reduce the exam fee for students who are eligible for a College Board fee reduction.

For eligibility criteria and procedures, including criteria for schools and districts participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), visit AP Exam Fee Reductions. For more information on the federal funding options available for states and districts, visit Changes to AP Federal Funding Under ESSA.

College Board and states are working together to provide information about 2022 subsidies in advance of the November 15 final ordering deadline wherever possible, but in some cases, states won't be able to finalize their subsidies until later in the school year.

If Your State Requires Students to Be Enrolled in a Course

Some states require students taking an AP Exam to be enrolled in the corresponding course in order for those students to receive state funding for their exam. Students solely enrolled in an exam only section for a given AP subject won’t receive state funding in this case. For example, students taking AP courses at a virtual school must be enrolled in both the exam only section at the school where they’ll be taking the exam and in a class section for the corresponding course through their virtual school.

If Your State Eliminates Its Subsidy

If your state provided a subsidy for low-income students’ AP Exams in 2021, and the subsidy is eliminated after you’ve submitted your 2022 AP Exam order:

  • For students who choose to still take their exams: The amount that will be calculated on your invoice for these exams will reflect your state’s available funding as of the time the invoice is generated.
  • For students who choose not to take their exams: No exam payment will be owed.

Students’ fee reduction status must be accurately indicated in AP Registration and Ordering in order for fees to be waived.

2022 AP Fee Assistance Policies by State

State policies for the 2022 AP Exams will be posted below as soon as each state’s funding plan is finalized for the 2021-22 school year.

Provided funds are available, the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) will reimburse public schools:

  • $53 per AP Exam for eligible low-income, public school students qualifying for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.
    • Schools send payment of $53 per exam to College Board and then request reimbursement from the ALSDE.
  • $101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam for eligible low-income, public school students qualifying for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam.
    • Schools send payment of $101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam to College Board and then request reimbursement from the ALSDE.

The final fee for all AP Exams, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for a qualifying student is $0 after reimbursement.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $53 to College Board for each AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.
  • To request reimbursement from the ALSDE, the school district's AP coordinator or designee must submit a signed copy of the 2022 AP/IB Request for Payment Form to the ALSDE along with a copy of the College Board AP Exam Invoice. The deadline for submission of these documents to the ALSDE is August 1, 2022. A memo was sent out to local superintendents and coordinators on October 6, 2021, with instructions for submission of reimbursement forms to ALSDE.
  • Provided funds are available, ALSDE will reimburse school districts $53 per exam ($101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student, after schools have paid College Board and the district AP coordinator/designee has submitted copies of the invoices and the reimbursement forms to the state.
  • Reimbursements will be remitted to the central office of the school district.

For more information, contact Dr. Michal G. Robinson, AP/IB Program Manager, Alabama State Department of Education, Instructional Services Section, P.O. Box 302101, Montgomery, AL 36130-2101; email: apib@alsde.edu; phone: 334-694-4768.

The state of Alaska will not provide funding for low-income students' 2022 AP Exams. For information on federal funding options available to provide funding for low-income students' AP Exams, visit collegeboard.org/ap-essa.

College Board will provide a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students in Alaska. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.

  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $53
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Seminar and AP Research Exam: $101

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $53 to College Board for each AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.

For public school students who qualify for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam, the state of Arizona will pay:

  • $53 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $101 per AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for a public school, fee-reduced student is $0.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • College Board will bill the state directly for $53 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) per fee-reduced student, and $101 per AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam per fee-reduced student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for any payment due to College Board.
  • AP coordinators do not need to submit a copy of their invoice to the Arizona Department of Education.

For more information, contact Peter Laing, Policy Advisor, Arizona Department of Education, 1535 West Jefferson Street, Bin #64, Phoenix, AZ 85007; phone: 602-364-3842; email: Peter.Laing@azed.gov.

The state of Arkansas will pay for AP Exams for two categories of public and homeschooled students who meet both of the following criteria: 1) complete an AP course taught by a teacher who meets Arkansas AP training requirements or is on an approved Additional Training Plan, and 2) take the corresponding AP Exam. For more information on the state rules, visit Arkansas Rules Governing Grading and Course Credit.

Fee-reduced students are students who qualify for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions. For fee-reduced students in public and home schools, the state of Arkansas will pay:

  • $53 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for fee-reduced students is $0.

Standard-fee students are students who do not qualify for the College Board fee reduction. For standard-fee students in public and home schools, the state of Arkansas will pay:

  • $87 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $135 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for standard-fee students is $0.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

Arkansas public and homeschooled students must be enrolled in and complete the AP course to receive the state funding for their AP Exams:

  • Arkansas students are only eligible to receive the state subsidies for their AP Exams if they were enrolled in a class section in AP Registration and Ordering and complete the AP course with an appropriately trained teacher.
  • If a student enrolled in a class section is no longer taking the AP course, you'll need to drop the student from the class section in AP Registration and Ordering.
  • If the student still wants to take the exam without taking the class, don't drop the student from a class section; instead, move the student to an exam only section so that the state subsidies will not be applied.
  • For more information on dropping or moving students from a class section in AP Registration and Ordering, please refer to page 74 of the AP Coordinator's Manual, Part 1.

Specific instructions for virtual school and homeschooled students:

  • Students taking AP courses at a virtual public school such as Virtual Arkansas must be enrolled in AP Registration and Ordering in both the exam only section at the school where they'll be taking the exam and a class section for the corresponding course through their virtual school. Virtual schools must ensure that their AP teachers enroll all their students in AP Registration and Ordering.
  • To receive the Arkansas state subsidies, homeschooled students also must be enrolled in AP Registration and Ordering in both the exam only section at the school where they'll be taking the exam and a class section for the corresponding course through the school.  
  • Virtual and homeschooled students must also complete the course with an appropriately trained teacher to be eligible to receive the state subsidies for their exams. If a virtual or home school student enrolled in a class section is no longer taking the AP course, you’ll need to drop the student from the class section. For more information on dropping or moving students from a class section, please refer to page 74 of the AP Coordinator's Manual, Part 1.
  • Any virtual or homeschooled students who are not enrolled in a class section in AP Registration and Ordering will not have the Arkansas state subsidies applied for their exams. This means that the physical school where any unenrolled virtual or homeschooled students take their exams will be charged rather than the state.
  • For more information on enrolling virtual or homeschooled students, visit Homeschooled, Independent Study, and Virtual School Students and Students from Other Schools or see the AP Coordinator's Manual, Part 1.

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • College Board will bill the state directly for its share of the qualifying students' AP Exam fees in each category.
  • Send payment to College Board for any AP Exams taken by students who were not enrolled in or did not complete the corresponding AP course or any additional fees due.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for any payment owed to College Board.
  • You must provide a copy of your school's invoice to the Arkansas Department of Education by June 15, 2022.
    • Send a copy of your school's invoice to Krystal Nail, Program Director, Arkansas Department of Education by email to Krystal.Nail@ade.arkansas.gov or mail to Krystal Nail, Program Director, Arkansas Department of Education, Four Capitol Mall, Slot 28, Little Rock, AR 72201.
    • Even if your invoice shows a zero balance, you must submit a copy of your invoice to the Arkansas Department of Education to have your state funding properly credited.

For more information, contact Krystal Nail, Program Director, Arkansas Department of Education, Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, Learning Services, Office of Gifted & Talented and Advanced Placement, Four Capitol Mall, Slot 28, Little Rock, AR 72201; phone: 501-682-4224; email: Krystal.Nail@ade.arkansas.gov.

College Board will provide a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students in Colorado. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.

  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $53
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Seminar and AP Research Exam: $101

Please note that the Colorado Department of Education is providing funding to districts for 2022 AP Exams taken by eligible low-income students in Colorado via a grant program. The 2021-22 Accelerated College Opportunity Exam Fee Grant Program is intended to increase the number of eligible students who take AP Exams, and receive scores for which college academic credit is awarded, by providing funds to high schools to pay all or a portion of AP Exam fees on behalf of eligible students.

For more information on the grant program and instructions on how to apply, please visit the Colorado Department of Education website.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $53 to College Board for each AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.

For public and private school students qualifying for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam, the state of Delaware will pay:

  • $40 per AP Exam, except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams
  • $88 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

Districts are responsible for paying $8* per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students.

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for qualifying low-income students is $5*.

*Please note that schools must send $13 to College Board for each AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, taken by qualifying low-income students. $8 per exam is to come from the district, and $5 per exam is to come from the student.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $13 to College Board for each AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, taken by qualifying low-income students. $8 per exam is to come from the district, and $5 per exam is to come from the student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.
  • AP coordinators must submit a copy of their invoice to the Delaware Department of Education. Email a copy of your school's invoice to Nicholas Buono at nicholas.buono@doe.k12.de.us by June 15, 2022.
  • College Board will bill the state directly for $40 per AP Exam ($88 per AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam) per fee-reduced student.

For more information, contact Nicholas Buono, College Success Program Administrator, Delaware Higher Education Office, Delaware Department of Education, 401 Federal Street, Suite 2, Dover, DE 19901; phone: 302-735-4193; email: nicholas.buono@doe.k12.de.us.

College Board will provide a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students in Florida. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.

  • Final AP Exam fee to be paid to College Board for qualifying low-income students for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $53*
  • Final AP Exam fee to be paid to College Board for qualifying low-income students for each AP Seminar Exam and each AP Research Exam: $101*

*The State of Florida provides state funds to school districts to cover the cost of all public school students' AP Exam fees through the Florida Education Finance Program (Section 1011.62(1), paragraphs (a) and (n), Florida Statutes). Public school AP students are exempt from the payment of any fees for the administration of AP Exams (Section 1007.27(6), Florida Statutes). Each public school pays College Board for AP Exam fees using these funds. Questions regarding Florida state funding for AP should be directed to your school district's finance officer or AP contact person.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $53 to College Board for each AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.

The state of Georgia will pay for the AP Exams for two categories of public school students: fee-reduced students and standard-fee students.

Fee-reduced students are students who qualify for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions. Schools/districts receiving Community Eligibility Program (CEP) funds cannot use this designation as a determining factor for low-income students. Instead, each individual student's eligibility will have to be determined using the criteria outlined on the AP Exam Fee Reductions page.

For fee-reduced students in public schools, the state of Georgia will pay $53 for one AP Exam in any subject (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams).

  • Final fee for qualifying low-income students for one AP Exam in any subject (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $0.

Standard-fee students are students who do not qualify for the College Board fee reduction. For standard-fee students in public schools, the state of Georgia will pay $87 per AP Exam for one AP STEM Exam. The AP Exams included are the following:

  • AP Biology
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Calculus BC
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Computer Science A
  • AP Computer Science Principles
  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based
  • AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based
  • AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
  • AP Physics C: Mechanics
  • AP Statistics

Final fee for one AP STEM Exam for standard-fee students: $0.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
    • Once a student’s fee reduction status is marked as reduced or left as standard in AP Registration and Ordering, the Georgia state subsidies will automatically be calculated and applied for any eligible exams.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for any payment due to College Board.
  • College Board will bill the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) directly for its share of the qualifying students' AP Exam fees.
  • AP coordinators do not need to submit a copy of your school’s invoice to the GaDOE.

For more information, contact Mary Jean Banter in the College Readiness and Talent Development division at the Georgia Department of Education at MBanter@doe.k12.ga.us.

For public and non public school students who qualify for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam, the state of Michigan will pay:

  • $48 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $96 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for a fee-reduced student is $5.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $5 to the AP Program for each AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, taken by fee-reduced students.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.
  • College Board will bill the state directly for $48 per AP Exam ($96 per AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam) per fee-reduced student.
  • AP coordinators must submit a copy of their invoice to the Michigan Department of Education. Email a PDF copy of your school's invoice by June 15, 2022, to Jeff McNeal at mcnealj1@michigan.gov.

More information can be found on the Michigan Department of Education web page MDE/Flexible Learning Options/Advanced Placement (AP) https://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-81351_40022---,00.html or by contacting Jeff McNeal, email: mcnealj1@michigan.gov Michigan Department of Education, 608 West Allegan Street, Lansing, MI 48909; phone: 517-241-6958.

The state of Montana will not provide funding for low-income students' 2022 AP Exams. For information on federal funding options available to provide funding for low-income students' AP Exams, visit collegeboard.org/ap-essa.

College Board will provide a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students in Montana. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.

  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $53
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Seminar and each AP Research Exam: $101

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $53 to College Board for each AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.

College Board will provide a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for eligible economically disadvantaged students in North Dakota. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.

In addition, the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (NDDPI) will use state funds to support the costs of 2022 AP Exams in English, math, science, and computer science for two categories of students: fee-reduced students and standard-fee students.

Fee-reduced students are economically disadvantaged students who qualify for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam. For fee-reduced students taking AP Exams in English, math, science, and computer science, NDDPI will cover the entire remaining $53 exam fee for up to four (4) qualifying exams over the student's high school career.

Standard-fee students are students who do not qualify for the College Board fee reduction. For standard-fee students taking AP Exams in English, math, science, and computer science, NDDPI will provide the following exam subsidies:

  • NDDPI will cover the full $87 exam fee for the student's first qualifying exam.
  • NDDPI will cover ~50% of the exam fees ($44 of the $87 fee) for the next three (3) qualifying exams over the student's high school career.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • AP coordinators need to submit the Advanced Placement (AP) Student Fee Submission form to NDDPI to determine how much the state will pay to College Board versus how much your school will need to pay.
  • For more detailed instructions on the funding process for AP coordinators in North Dakota, review NDDPI’s Advanced Placement Exam Fee Guidance.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.

For more information, visit NDDPI's website or contact Davonne Eldredge, Assistant Director, Office of Academic Support, North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, 600 E. Boulevard Ave., Dept. 201, Bismarck, ND 58505-0440; email: deldredge@nd.gov; phone: 701-328-4525.

For public and nonpublic school students qualifying for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam, the state of Ohio will pay:

  • $53 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for a qualifying student is $0.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • College Board will bill the state directly for $53 per AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam) per fee-reduced student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.
  • AP coordinators do not need to send a copy of their invoice to the Ohio Department of Education.

For more information, contact Brian Roget, Associate Director, Office of Learning and Instructional Strategies, Ohio Department of Education, 25 South Front Street, 5th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215-4183; phone: 614-387-2128; email: brian.roget@education.ohio.gov.

The state of Oklahoma will pay part of the AP Exam fees for two categories of public school students: fee-reduced students and standard-fee students who take two or more AP Exams in 2022.

Fee-reduced students are students who qualify for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions. For fee-reduced students in public schools, the state of Oklahoma will pay:

  • $43 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $91 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for public school fee-reduced students is $10.

Standard-fee students are students who do not qualify for the College Board fee reduction. For standard-fee students in public schools who take two or more AP Exams in 2022, the state of Oklahoma will pay $25 for each AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) that the student takes.

  • Final fee per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for public school, standard-fee students who take two or more exams: $62 (or $71 if school does not forgo the $9 rebate)
  • Final fee per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam for public school, standard-fee students who take two or more exams: $110 (or $119 if school does not forgo the $9 rebate)

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the College Board fee reduction, no action is needed.
    • Once a student’s fee reduction status is marked as reduced or left as standard in AP Registration and Ordering, the Oklahoma state subsidies will automatically be calculated and applied for any eligible exams.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $10 to College Board for each AP Exam taken by public school, fee-reduced students.
  • For AP Exams taken by public school, standard-fee students who took two or more AP Exams, send $62 to College Board for each exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams).
  • For AP Seminar and AP Research Exams taken by public school, standard-fee students who took two or more exams, send $110 to College Board for each exam.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for any payment due to College Board.
  • College Board will bill the state directly for its share of public school, fee-reduced students' and standard-fee students' AP Exam fees.
  • AP coordinators do not need to send a copy of their invoice to the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

For more information about this assistance, visit: http://www.ok.gov/sde/ap-exam-schedule-and-test-fee, or contact Cliff Morgan, Executive Director, Well-Rounded Education and Advanced Placement, Oklahoma State Department of Education, 2500 North Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK 73105; phone: 405-521-3301; email: Cliff.Morgan@sde.ok.gov.

The state of Oregon provides funding to reduce students’ costs for AP Exams, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for two categories of public school students: fee-reduced students and standard-fee students.

Fee-reduced students are students who qualify for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions. For fee-reduced students in public schools, the state of Oregon will pay:

  • $53 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for fee-reduced students in public schools is $0.

Standard-fee students are students who do not qualify for the College Board fee reduction. For standard-fee students in public schools, the state of Oregon will pay $25 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams.

Final AP Exam fee for standard-fee students in public schools:

  • $71 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) (or $62 if school forgoes their $9 rebate)
  • $119 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam (or $110 if school forgoes their $9 rebate)

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • No payment is due to College Board for AP Exams taken by public school, fee-reduced students.
  • Send $62 to College Board for each AP Exam ($110 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam) taken by public school, standard-fee students.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for any payment due to College Board.
  • You do not need to send a copy of your school's invoice to the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).

For more information, visit http://www.oregon.gov/ode/schools-and-districts/grants/Pages/Oregon-Advanced-Programs.aspx or contact Kristidel McGregor, Accelerated Learning Specialist, Oregon Department of Education, 255 Capitol St. NE, Salem, OR 97310; email: kristidel.mcgregor@state.or.us; phone: 503-947-5600.

The state of South Carolina will pay for AP Exams for two categories of students enrolled in an AP course at a South Carolina public school who then take the corresponding AP Exam: fee-reduced students and standard-fee students.

Fee-reduced students are students who qualify for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam. For public schools, fee-reduced students enrolled in the corresponding AP course, the state of South Carolina will pay:

  • $53 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for qualifying fee-reduced students is $0.

Standard-fee students are students who do not qualify for the College Board fee reduction. For standard-fee students enrolled in the corresponding AP course at a South Carolina public school, the state of South Carolina will pay:

  • $87 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $135 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

The final fee for any AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) for qualifying standard-fee students is $0.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering as follows:
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren’t eligible for the College Board fee reduction, no action is needed.
    • Once a student’s fee reduction status is marked as reduced or left as standard in AP Registration and Ordering, the South Carolina state subsidies will automatically be calculated and applied for all exams taken by students who are enrolled in the corresponding AP course.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

Specific instructions for virtual school students, homeschooled students, and private school students:

  • South Carolina students are only eligible to receive the state funding if they were enrolled in the corresponding AP course at a South Carolina public school.
  • Because the state of South Carolina will only pay for AP Exams if the student took the corresponding AP course, the following steps are critical to ensure that these students receive the South Carolina state funding for their exams:
    • Students taking AP courses at a virtual school such as VirtualSC must be enrolled in both the exam only section at the school where they’ll be taking the exam and a class section for the corresponding course through their virtual school. Virtual schools must ensure that their AP teachers enroll all their students in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • Any students who are not enrolled in a class section for the corresponding course by the virtual school will not receive the South Carolina state funding for their exams. This means that the physical school where any unenrolled virtual school students take their exams will be charged rather than the state.
  • For more information on enrolling students taking AP in virtual schools, visit Homeschooled, Independent Study, and Virtual School Students and Students from Other Schools or see the AP Coordinator’s Manual, Part 1.
  • The state will also pay for a homeschooled or private school student if they take the AP course and exam at a South Carolina public school. These students must be enrolled in the class section for the corresponding AP course at the public school to receive the state funding.

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • College Board will bill the state directly for its share of the qualifying students' AP Exam fees in each category.
  • For AP Exams taken by students not enrolled in the corresponding AP course and any additional fees due, send payment to College Board.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.
  • Email a copy of your school’s invoice to Leslie Dawes, SC Dept. of Ed., at LDawes@ed.sc.gov by June 15, 2022.
  • If it is necessary to email College Board because of a problem with an invoice, please make sure to cc Leslie Dawes at LDawes@ed.sc.gov.

For more information, contact Leslie Dawes, South Carolina Department of Education, 1429 Senate Street, Columbia, SC 29201; email: LDawes@ed.sc.gov; phone: 803-734-4944.

For public and nonpublic school students qualifying for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam, the state of Tennessee will pay $30 per AP Exam, except for AP Seminar and AP Research Exams. The state of Tennessee will not provide funding for low-income students’ 2022 AP Seminar and AP Research Exams.
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying students for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $23
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying students for each AP Seminar and AP Research Exam: $101

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $23 to College Board for each AP Exam, except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, taken by fee-reduced students.
  • Send $101 to College Board for each AP Seminar Exam and each AP Research Exam taken by fee-reduced students.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for any payment due to College Board.
  • College Board will bill the Tennessee Department of Education directly for $30 per AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) per fee-reduced student.
  • Submit Online Assurance Form to the Tennessee Department of Education: The Tennessee Department of Education has transitioned to an electronic assurance form that must be signed by a school-level or a district-level administrator. This form replaces the paper assurance form used in prior years. It will be released in Tennessee Department of Education newsletters in January. Additionally, schools will not be required to provide student data on exams taken. Please complete the assurance form by June 1, 2022.
  • AP coordinators no longer need to send a copy of their invoice to the Tennessee Department of Education.

For more information, visit https://www.tn.gov/education/early-postsecondary/epso-exam-fee-assistance-for-low-income-students.html or contact Early.Postsecondary@tn.gov with questions.

For public school students qualifying for the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) will pay $40 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams.

  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying students for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $13
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying students for each AP Seminar and AP Research Exam: $61

For eligibility criteria and procedures, including criteria for schools and districts participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), visit AP Exam Fee Reductions. Schools/districts receiving Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) or Title 1 funds must still determine each individual student's eligibility using the criteria outlined on the AP Exam Fee Reductions page. All students in Community Eligibility Provision and Title 1 schools and districts are not automatically eligible for AP Exam Fee Reductions.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

Specific instructions for homeschooled students testing at public schools:

  • Homeschooled students testing at public schools in Texas are not eligible for the TEA subsidy of $40 per exam. The Texas state subsidies are only provided for students enrolled in public schools.
  • Homeschooled students who qualify are still eligible to receive the College Board fee reduction of $34 per exam.
  • For each homeschooled student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
  • The AP coordinator should then click on each homeschooled student’s name to check the box in the upper right-hand corner to “Exclude all from Subsidies:” The checkbox appears as follows:
    Checkbox - Exclude all from state subsidies
  • Once you’ve checked this box, the TEA subsidy of $40 per exam will be removed for all exams taken by the homeschooled student.
  • AP Exams taken by fee-reduced, homeschooled students will cost $53 per exam (or $101 per each AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $13 to College Board for each AP Exam, except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, taken by eligible fee-reduced students.
  • Send $61 to College Board for each AP Seminar Exam and each AP Research Exam taken by eligible fee-reduced students.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.
  • College Board will bill TEA directly for $40 per AP Exam (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) per eligible fee-reduced student.
  • Do not submit a copy of your school's invoice to the TEA. The TEA does not require a copy.

For more information, visit TEA's Advanced Academics website or send an email to advancedacademics@tea.texas.gov.

College Board provides a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students in West Virginia. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.

The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) is utilizing state funds to provide funding for 2022 AP Exams taken by qualifying low-income students in West Virginia. Schools must apply for students to receive waivers, and waivers are granted based on individual student's financial need.

Schools must pay College Board directly the following amounts per exam for qualifying students:

  • $53 per AP Exam per qualifying student (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams)
  • $101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam per qualifying student

The state of West Virginia has appropriated funding that is expected to contribute the following amounts per exam for public and nonpublic school low-income students:

  • $48 per AP Exam, except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams
  • $96 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam

Grants from the WVDE will be sent to each county, and the fee waiver funding will then be sent to each school so that schools may send payments directly to College Board. After the state funding is distributed to schools, the expectation is that the cost per AP Exam for qualifying low-income students (including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) will be $5.

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).
  • Indicate to the West Virginia Department of Education the number of AP Exam waivers needed by using the following link: 2022 West Virginia Advanced Placement Exam Fee Waiver.
  • WV Fee Waiver Deadlines:
    • Deadline for submission: April 30, 2022
    • Please note that fee waivers will not cover late order fees.

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $53 to College Board for each AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.

For more information, contact Karen Linville, Program Lead for Advanced Placement, Office of Middle and Secondary Learning, West Virginia Department of Education, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Building 6, Charleston, WV 25305-0330; phone: 304-558-5325; email: karen.linville@k12.wv.us.

The state of Wyoming will not provide funding for low-income students' 2022 AP Exams. For information on federal funding options available to provide funding for low-income students' AP Exams, visit collegeboard.org/ap-essa.

College Board will provide a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students in Wyoming. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.

  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $53
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Seminar and each AP Research Exam: $101

What Schools Must Do
Your school's AP coordinator must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $53 to College Board for each AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.

College Board will provide a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students in schools outside the U.S. This includes both U.S. and non-U.S. students outside the U.S.

The fee reduction is available for any student whose annual family income does not exceed 185% of the poverty level as set by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service.

  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each fee-reduced AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $83 ($53 for schools in Canada) i
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each fee-reduced AP Seminar and AP Research Exam: $101

What Schools Must Do
Student eligibility for fee reductions is determined by your school’s AP coordinator, who must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • AP Coordinator determines eligibility. To do so:
    • On the current year AP Exam Fee Reductions page, refer to the column “Annual Family Income for 48 Contiguous States, Washington, D.C., Guam, and U.S. Territories” in the USDA Food and Nutrition Service Income Eligibility Guidelines table. Convert American dollars into your country's currency.
    • Collect income documentation from the student’s family for verification.
  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $83 ($53 for schools in Canada) to College Board for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams) per qualifying student.
  • Send $101 per AP Seminar Exam and AP Research Exam per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.

Note that College Board does not require documentation for an AP coordinator to claim a fee reduction for a student; however, College Board may audit fee reductions claimed at any time. AP coordinators should be able to produce documentation verifying fee reduction claims upon request.

College Board will provide a fee reduction of $34 per AP Exam, including AP Seminar and AP Research Exams, for qualifying low-income students in schools in the U.S. territories and commonwealths. For eligibility criteria, visit AP Exam Fee Reductions.
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Exam (except AP Seminar and AP Research Exams): $53
  • Final AP Exam fee for qualifying low-income students for each AP Seminar Exam and each AP Research Exam: $101

What Schools Must Do
Student eligibility for fee reductions is determined by your school’s AP coordinator, who must take the following steps.

Before the exams:

  • For your invoice to accurately reflect any fee reductions, the AP coordinator must indicate the fee reduction status for each eligible student in AP Registration and Ordering.
    • For each student who is eligible for the College Board fee reduction, check the box for reduced fee next to their name in the student roster.
    • For students who aren't eligible for the fee reduction, no action is needed.
  • Fee reduction status is indicated only once per student, not for each exam.
  • A best practice is to indicate the fee reduction status for each student by the time you submit your exam order, if possible, to ensure you have time to plan for and collect the appropriate exam fees from students. However, if you need more time to verify this information, the deadline to indicate students' fee reduction status in AP Registration and Ordering is April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET).

After the exams:

  • Your invoice will be sent to you via email after the late-testing administration. At that point, you can also access and print the invoice through AP Registration and Ordering.
  • Send $53 to College Board for each AP Exam ($101 per AP Seminar and AP Research Exam) per qualifying student.
  • June 15, 2022, is the postmark deadline for payment due to College Board.