How can I tell if Georgetown has received my AP scores?

Q: How can I tell if Georgetown has received my AP scores?

A: Georgetown receives AP scores directly from the College Board in mid-July.  If you haven’t already done so, please contact the College Board to authorize the release of your scores to Georgetown University so that they will be included in the batch of information we receive.

Once we have received the scores and uploaded them to your MyAccess account (around mid-to-late July), we will notify you via email instructing you to log in to verify that we have everything we need.   After logging in, you should select "Student Services," then "Student Records," then "View test scores."

If you have credit-eligible AP scores but can not you see your scores on MyAccess at that time, don't fret!  Here's what to do.  Try to log into your College Board account here.  If you are successful, then you should plan to visit the Dean's Office early in the Fall semester.  We'll ask you to log into your College Board account from our office, print the scores for your record, and then we'll get your credit posted.