Honors students do not get Honors credit for AP exams, though individual majors often give elective credit for such achievement (check with the chair of individual departments).
Students do receive Westminster general-credit hours toward graduation for satisfactory scores on AP exams; such credit will also accelerate a student's path to upper-class status, which will eventually give them priority over fellow classmates without AP credit in registering for classes.
While the Honors College encourages students to engage in AP work in high school because it better prepares them for the Honors seminar experience and AP work may give applicants an advantage in admissions decisions, the program cannot give seminar credit for that work because AP focuses on single disciplines and all Honors seminars are interdisciplinary—there is no equivalency. Students should also know that AP credits often don't satisfy entrance requirements for graduate study in fields like medicine. The vast majority of Honors students enter the program with a significant amount of AP credit on their transcripts.