6. Submit AP Test Scores

If you have taken, or plan to take an Advanced Placement (AP) Exam while in high school, it is important that you report your scores to Pitt-Johnstown if you want to use the AP credits in college.

 What's Next?


AP credits may impact the schedule that your advisor will be creating with you this summer (see No. 14). If you do not report your scores, you may not get credits due you, or you may end up taking unneeded courses.

Ask that your AP Exam scores are sent to:

Office of the Registrar
279 Blackington Hall
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
450 Schoolhouse Rd.
Johnstown, PA 15904

What's Next?

  1. File FAFSA Form
  2. Pay Tuition Deposit
  3. Activate Your Pitt Computer Account
  4. Health Forms
  5. Visit Campus
  6. Submit AP Test Scores
  7. College in High School
  8. Submit a Final Transcript
  9. Choose a Meal Plan
  10. Take Placement Exam
  11. Photo ID
  12. Thinking of Changing Your Major?
  13. Attend Academic Planning Days
  14. Complete Your Scheduling and Advising Module
  15. Pay Your Balance
  16. Buy Books
  17. Parking
  18. Software and Computer
  19. Move-In
  20. Start Classes
  21. Get Help
  22. Get Involved