Test Fee Program (APTF)
The Utah State Office of Education's (USOE) AP Test Fee Program (APTF) is offering financial assistance for all eligible low-income students taking AP tests. Ultimately, the APTF Program will maximize opportunities for all eligible low-income Utah students to experience academic and personal success.
Individuals who are members of special populations will be provided full access to USOE's Advanced Placement Test Fee Program services and activities. Appropriate district and school personnel will identify participants with special needs who may require instructional and other accommodations to benefit from project services and activities.
In accord with the Utah Special Education Rules, USOE's Advanced Placement Test Fee Program will provide reasonable accommodations to currently meet or exceed requirements of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As needed, qualified paraprofessionals will be hired to assist in providing services to students with Special Education needs.
Eligibility is determined by the free/reduced lunch income guidelines under the National School Lunch Act.
Students who are eligible will pay $55 per AP exam.
For more information about income guidelines visit: schools.Utah.gov/law/School-Fee-Forms.aspx
If you have questions, please contact moya[dot]kessig[at]schools[dot]utah[dot]gov(Moya Kessig) at (801) 538-7742.