Advanced Placement deadlines, updates set for AP coordinators

Advanced Placement coordinators should be aware of two important January deadlines in addition to other reminders and resources available.


Jan. 18 – The deadline for SSD coordinators to submit requests for accommodations for students with disabilities is Jan. 18. If requests are submitted after this date, there’s no guarantee accommodations will be approved or appropriate exam materials will be shipped in time for the exam administration.

Jan. 31 – The deadline for teachers and AP Course Audit administrators to complete course audit process for 2022-23 is Jan. 31.  The school’s AP Course Audit administrator must renew previously authorized courses by Jan. 31, in order for teachers to maintain AP Classroom access for the 2022-23 school year, to have access to online score reporting for the 2023 AP Exam administration, and to access AP Classroom in 2023-24.

March 15 – The deadline to submit new exam order and any changes to your fall exam order in APRO is March 15.  If you’d like to switch any of your existing exam orders from paper and pencil to digital AP exams (or even back to paper and pencil), you can do so up until March 15. No additional fees apply.


  • Look out for the AP Coordinator’s Manual, Part 2: Printed copies of the 2022-23 AP Coordinator’s Manual, Part 2 are being shipped to schools this month, and the PDF will be available for download on AP Central® later this month. A message will be posted on the AP Coordinator Community when the PDF is available.
  • Ensure second-semester class sections are created and students are enrolled: Review the 2022-23 AP Coordinator’s Manual, Part 1 for details.


  1. Chat with a Coordinator: Sessions will be available starting in February. In these Zoom sessions, you’ll meet with an experienced team of AP coordinators where you can collaborate, get answers to your questions, and share and learn new best practices.
  2. Exam Only Miniseries: A new Coordinated podcast miniseries devoted to supporting your independent study, homeschooled, and virtual school students.

Additional support for AP coordinators can be found on the AP Coordinators page.