About the Program
Summer 2016 La Salle University Summer Institute
Teaching Of Advanced Placement Program
21 content areas
Offered by the Graduate Division of La Salle University in collaboration with the Middle States Regional Office of the College Board.
When and Where
Courses will be offered at La Salle University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the week of July 18 to July 22, 2016. Classes are scheduled Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday classes will start at 8:30 a.m. and end at 1:00 p.m. Registration and class schedules for all courses are as follows:
|Jan 30||Registration opens|
|June 13||Program materials and assignments mailed to participants|
|July 17||Check in for resident students: 3 to 5 p.m.|
|July 18||Start of classes: 8:30 a.m.|
|July 29||Final assignments due to instructors|
$1,635 (3 Graduate Credits)
The cost of each course is $1,350. The tuition includes payment for course materials. Textbooks, which may be required for some courses, are not included in the tuition. If your course requires you to purchase a textbook, you will be notified in writing. The course tuition is $1,350 to Audit OR $1,635 for 3 graduate credits. You must choose whether you will take the course for audit when you register for the course.
PLEASE NOTE: La Salle University is a for-credit Act 48 Provider. Act 48 credits will only be submitted for participants taking a course for credit. Please check with your home district/school regarding Act 48 credits if you audit a course.
If you take a course for credit, you will be required to complete the project due after the end of class on July 22, and you may submit a request for Act 48 credits. The final project must be submitted to the course instructor by July 29 via e-mail and/or surface mail. The course instructors will be giving directions to students in class during the week of the program. In this instance, a letter grade (i.e. “A,” “B,” “C,” etc.) will be assigned.
If you take a course for audit, you are not required to complete the final project for the course. In this instance, a grade of “X” will be recorded on your transcript to verify that you have attended the class.
Teachers who are currently employed as full-time teachers in Catholic schools within the dioceses of Philadelphia, Pa., Allentown, Pa., Trenton, N.J., Camden, N.J., and Wilmington, Del., will be granted a 30 percent tuition discount. If you are eligible for this discount, you must submit a letter from your principal indicating that you will be teaching in your present school during the 2016-2017 academic year.
Registration and Payment of Fees
Registration for courses and housing, if desired, must be made in advance. You may register online by completing the La Salle University Graduate AP Program Application and choosing your course at the end of the application.
By using the online Graduate Program Application the La Salle University Office of Student Accounts Receivable will bill you directly once your registration has been received. (Note: Billing for summer session courses begins in June.) They will continue to bill you until payment has been made. If payment is not made by the time classes begin, you will be notified of your options in this regard.
Payment of tuition and/or housing fees can be made with check or purchase order sent via U.S. mail to the address listed on the registration form. La Salle University only accepts credit card payments via the Web (www.lasalle.edu/bursar). Please note that there is an additional fee for this service. You will need your seven-digit La Salle ID number assigned by the University in order to complete your transaction. This number will be sent to you in the mail.
Because registration for all courses must be limited, students will be accepted on a “first come, first served” basis. All courses will run concurrently; consequently, you may register for only one course.
All cancellations must be received prior to July 1, 2016, or the applicant will be held responsible for tuition and fees. The University reserves the right to cancel any course due to insufficient enrollment or for any other reason.