AP4ALL

A Maine Department of Education initiative, AP4ALL provides online Advanced Placement (AP) courses free of charge to any student residing in a Maine school administrative unit who is educated at the public expense.

The program provides equity of access to rigorous and challenging coursework for all Maine public high school students regardless of where they live and the limits of resources available in their local school.

Maine DOE Announces Partnership with UMFK for 2017/18

Beginning in the 2017/2018 academic year, Maine DOE is partnering with the University of Maine at Fort Kent (UMFK) to administer the AP4ALL program. A participant in the program since 2015 with their own Rural U program, UMFK has the resources needed to expand and improve the program’s quality and reach.

Program changes & improvements:

  • Additional support for students
  • Digital text and other classroom materials
  • Opportunity to reach more rural students
  • Expanded class size
  • Concentrated course offerings
  • New course software and management platforms
  • Dual enrollment on hold for 2017/2018
  • Instructors managed through UMFK
  • Continuous evaluation and improvement

For more information about the current program, check the UMFK website

If you have questions about AP4ALL that you would like to direct to the Department, please email: ap4all.support@maine.gov 

If you are a current student, mentor or instructor and need assistance with Blackboard, AP4ALL email or your course, please contact the Community Education Department at UMFK:

Community Education
Madawaska House
University of Maine at Fort Kent
23 University Drive
Fort Kent, ME 04743

Scott Voisine Dean of Community Education
voisine@maine.edu
(207) 834-8644 

Jennifer Parizo
Community Education Specialist
jennifer.l.shapiro@maine.edu
(207) 834-7583