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APR Chair Tools

APR-Est-1964.pngUAB and the PRSA Accreditation Marketing Committee offer several resources to assist Accreditation chairs to recruit as well as coach candidates through the process:

The Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) program celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014.
The Universal Accreditation Board and its participating organizations have created the information below to assist in enhancing the profile and prestige of the APR credential:

For more information, email Kathy Mulvihill,


Member Rebate
Members are eligible for a $110 Accreditation Examination rebate upon completion of the computer-based Examination.


APR Achievement

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Enhancing the APR Credential

As we celebrate the APR's 50th anniversary this year, PRSA is continuing its plan to enhance the Credential’s profile and prestige.


Certificate in Principles of Public Relations

Find out more about this Certificate in Principles of Public Relations and how graduating seniors can participate.