Is Your Architect Certified?

Search our database to find out whether an architect holds an active NCARB Certificate. Want to know if someone is licensed to practice architecture in a particular state? Check out our Architect License Verification page.

(Hint: search by last name only, or last name and the first few letters of the first name; do not use nicknames.)

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By earning an NCARB Certificate, architects can expedite reciprocity, the process of earning a license in multiple jurisdictions. All licensed, certified architects have met the rigorous standards established by the U.S. registration boards responsible for protecting the public health, safety, and welfare.

For more details on NCARB certification, read the U.S. requirements page. To learn more about reciprocity and its role in the architectural profession, visit the reciprocity section.

To confirm that someone is a licensed architect in a particular state, check with the respective state licensing board. Many states include rosters of licensed architects on their websites. Links to these websites are can be found in the state boards section.