Registration for Oregon AP Summer Institute 2023 is Open!
We plan to offer AP® courses in: Art and Design, Biology, Calculus AB, BC and Precalculus, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, English Language, English Literature, Environmental Science, Government and Politics - US, Human Geography, Physics 1, Statistics and US History. Register Here
We invite you to join us August 1-4, 2023. Classes will be held 8:00 am till 4:20pm (1:00 pm on Friday). Participants will have 2-3 hours of homework. Office hours with Consultants are 4:20 pm - 4:30 pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. All of the science classes and labs as well as the breaks will be held in the Linus Pauling Science Center. Other classrooms will be located in buildings adjacent to the LPSC.
Tuition includes the fee paid to the AP Consultant leading the subject workshop, the College Board AP 3-ring binder subject information, the 2023 AP Subject Exam analysis, OSU guest Wi-Fi access, food and beverages for a mid-morning and mid-afternoon break and a full healthy lunch. The tuition does not include breakfast or dinner. Participants not staying at the Hilton Garden Inn Corvallis have the option of paying an additional fee for breakfast at the HGI.
Registration and Badge Pick-Up is on Tuesday morning August 1 7:30 am-8:00 am at the Linus Pauling Science Center Lobby. At 8:00 am on Tuesday, there will be a brief meeting of all teachers and consultants in LPSC Room 125 (large lecture hall). For Area 1 classrooms food and beverages for breaks and lunch are served in the Linus Pauling Science Center Lobby. For Area 2 classrooms food and beverages for breaks are served in Gilbert Hall near Room 109. Lunch is served in the Linus Pauling Science Center Lobby. No food or drinks are allowed in any classrooms on the OSU campus.
College credits are offered by NNU (Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, Idaho) for a fee. More on Why Attend?.
After a full days work you can relax and unwind in a variety of ways because Corvallis is eclectic. Available all within 5-15 minutes of campus: biking along the Willamette River, hiking on one of the six trails in the surrounding foothills of Corvallis, craft breweries, wine tasting rooms, reasonable priced dining, vegan/vegetarian menus in all restaurants, cultural centers, reasonably priced shopping and local art galleries.
All sessions are endorsed by the College Board Advanced Placement Program®.