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The 2019 registration deadline is June 7, 2019. Payment in full (all tuition and fees) for workshop participants is due by June 15, 2019.

Register for the June 25-28, 2019 Summer Teaching Institute

Online Registration Form

Our registration form is only available online and is created so that it is easy for teachers to register themselves as there is no payment needed at the time of form submission. Once a teacher completes the online registration form, they will receive an automated email with instructions on how to pay either online with a credit card or by check/purchase order. This email may be forwarded to school administrators for payment. It is additionally easier for individuals to register themselves as each registration is tied to a College Board® account. For a step-by-step outline of how to complete an online registration, please follow this link.


All cancellations for the Summer Teaching Institute must be made in writing (submitted via email or US Mail). Residential participants will be assessed half of room and board fees for cancellations received after June 7, 2019. Any cancellations received within 14 days of the opening of the Summer Teaching Institute or while the Institute is in session will result in forfeiture of all tuition and fees paid.

Photography and Contact Information Policy

During the Summer Teaching Institute, photos will be taken of participants, classes, and events that will be used for future promotional materials (including, but not limited to:  printed materials and web publication).  Past Summer Teaching Institute participants have also compiled a list of names and email addresses of their workshop colleagues to facilitate future professional collaboration.  If you do not want to be included in photos OR do not want your name and email address included on the contact list distributed to your fellow workshop participants, please submit your request to be excluded in writing (via email or US Mail) to the Summer Academic Programs Office.

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