Accessing and Paying Your Invoice
Deadline to Return Payment
The postmark deadline for invoices and payments submitted to the AP Program is June 15, 2023. Late payments incur a $225 late fee.
Before the Invoice Is Generated
To ensure your invoice is accurate, complete the following steps by the deadlines shown:
- Indicate students eligible for fee reductions: In AP Registration and Ordering, make sure the fee reduction status is indicated as Reduced in the Fee Status column for all students who are eligible for a College Board fee reduction by April 30, 2023 (11:59 p.m. ET). See the AP Coordinator’s Manual, Part 1 for details about the AP fee reduction policy and eligibility criteria.
- Indicate unused exams: To ensure your packing list and invoice are accurate, indicate any unused exams per student per exam in AP Registration and Ordering. You must make sure unused exams are indicated before your school’s invoice is generated. If you don’t indicate unused exams by this time, you’ll be invoiced the full exam fee for those exams. The invoice will be generated and sent to you after late testing ends.
- Request late order fee waiver for homeschooled, virtual school, or independent study students: Call AP Services for Educators to request the late order fee to be waived for these students.
Accessing Your Invoice
You’ll receive an email from College Board with your invoice at the end of the late-testing administration. If you haven’t received this email by the week after the late-testing administration ends, go to AP Registration and Ordering to see if your invoice is available. If it’s not available, please contact AP Services for Educators.
You can view and download a PDF copy of your invoice by going to the Packing List and Invoice page in AP Registration and Ordering.
Mailing Payment for AP Exams
If you owe a balance, follow the instructions on the invoice to mail payment to the AP Program by June 15, 2023, using the envelope provided with your exam shipment. If you lose the envelope, refer to the mailing address on the invoice.
All checks should be made payable in U.S. dollars to College Board.
Some states also require schools claiming state fee reductions to send them a copy of the invoice. State subsidy information for 2023 will be posted here as it becomes available.