To AP or Not to AP — That is the Question

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 6:00 PM until 7:00 PMEastern Standard Time

    What are the benefits and advantages of taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses? Can they help students graduate quicker and save them money? Is it ever more beneficial to take general education classes in high school instead of AP? During “To AP or Not to AP — That is the Question,” you’ll hear from university staff and students about what you can gain academically and financially from taking AP courses in high school. Panelists will include:

    Admissions Counselor - Nick Doyle
    Academic Advisor - University Advising Center, Amanda Horwitz
    Academic Advisor - Pre-Med and Health Advising Center, Laura Hetzler
    Academic Advisor - Irvin D. Reid Honors College, Rachel Pawlowski
    Associate Director, Financial Aid - Outreach and Retention, Louie Krause
    Honors College student, Neuroscience major, Alex Jakubiec

    The event will be live streamed at If you can’t attend, we will post the recording of this session following the event.

    RSVP and submit any questions you would like the committee to address.


    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.