APS Program Participation For Educational Institutions

APS LogoAll schools or postsecondary training providers requesting to administer Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS) funds must:

1. Have an established status with the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education.

2. Submit the Program Participation Agreement and all supporting documentation.

View a list of participating Alaska postsecondary institutions.









Important Information: Alaska postsecondary institutions must submit the APS Program Participation Application by March 31 in order to enroll APS-eligible students in programs beginning July 1 or later. For more information, please contact ACPE's School Relations Manager at EED.ACPE-IA@alaska.gov or by calling 907-465-6678.

Accredited or ACPE-Authorized

Required Forms:

Application and Certification:  Required for all institutions requesting to administer APS funds.

Career and Technical Education CTE Certificate Program Information:  Complete for each APS-eligible CTE certificate program. For purposes of scholarship determination, a CTE certificate program is a terminal non-degree program intended to lead directly to employment.

The following sample documents must be included for each CTE certificate program the institution intends to be 
APS-eligible:

  1. The credential awarded upon completion of the program (ex: blank diploma or certificate).

  2. The enrollment contract and/or admissions application provided to students

  3. The institutional catalog, program brochure and/or other information provided to students containing program description and itemized student costs.

Non-Accredited, Non-Authorized

Required Forms:

Application and Certification: Required for all institutions requesting to administer APS funds.

Career and Technical Education (CTE) Certificate Program Information: For the purposes of scholarship determination, a CTE certificate program is a terminal non-degree program intended to lead directly to employment.  Attach one CTE Certificate Program Information Form for each CTE certificate program.

The following sample documents must be included for each CTE certificate program the institution intends to be APS-eligible:

  1. The credential awarded upon completion of the program (ex: blank diploma or certificate).

  2. The enrollment contract and/or admissions application provided to students.

  3. The institutional catalog, program brochure and/or other information provided to students containing program description and itemized student costs.

Institutional financial information for the most recently completed fiscal year.

Consent for Release of Information to the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education. (Required for sole proprietorships and related non-corporate ownership structures.)