In August, AP coordinators and school principals will receive an email with your school’s unique AP Registration and Ordering access code for the current school year. Schools receive a new access code every August; you can’t use the access code from a previous year. AP coordinators need this code to verify access to AP Registration and Ordering for the current school year.
You’ll need to enter this year’s access code when you sign in starting on August 1, even if you’ve already been using AP Registration and Ordering over the summer using access from last year’s code. If information was entered for 2020-21 before August 1--such as class sections created by you or teachers, or setup information—it will be preserved after you enter this year’s access code.
The access code is unique to your school. AP coordinators can’t use any other school’s access code.
When you receive the access code:
- Sign in to myap.collegeboard.org using your College Board professional username and password (or create a new account if you don’t already have one; don’t create multiple accounts).
- Enter the access code.
- Review and accept the terms of service.
You’ll also need your AP Registration and Ordering access code to access other AP systems during the year, such as the AP Art and Design digital submission web application and the Digital Audio Submission (DAS) portal.
If you have any questions about your access code, or don’t receive it, please contact AP Services for Educators by calling 877-274-6474 (toll free in the United States and Canada) or 212-632-1781, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (or email@example.com for educators outside the United States).