AP Art and Design Exam Orders
AP Digital Portfolio
Students digitally submit their AP Art and Design Portfolio Exams (2-D, 3-D, and Drawing) through the AP Digital Portfolio. Physical work isn't mailed to the AP Program.
The AP Digital Portfolio is directly linked to My AP. When students enroll in an AP Art and Design class section or exam only section in My AP, their enrollment carries over to the AP Digital Portfolio.
AP Art and Design students will use the AP Digital Portfolio to submit their three portfolio components as final to the AP Program for scoring. Additionally, AP Art and Design teachers (and AP coordinators for exam only students) will use the AP Digital Portfolio to review student work, check for plagiarism, and ensure all students’ portfolio components are submitted as final by the AP Program deadline.
AP coordinators, teachers, and students log in to the AP Digital Portfolio using their same College Board login information that they use to log in to myap.collegeboard.org.
Students are responsible for submitting their portfolio components as final in the AP Digital Portfolio by the May 10, 2024, 8 p.m. ET.
Teachers are encouraged to set an earlier submission deadline, so they can review students’ portfolio components and check for plagiarism. AP coordinators are responsible for supporting students who are enrolled in an AP Art and Design exam only section.
AP Art and Design Digital Submission Guides
The following guides provide complete details and instructions about accessing and using the AP Digital Portfolio for AP Art and Design. The guides outline the roles, responsibilities, and steps that need to be taken by AP coordinators, teachers, and students.
You can review details about the AP Art and Design portfolio requirements at apstudents.org/artdesign.