This July marks the fifth year since the June 2009 update to the Rolling Clock, which means that any divisions passed before 1 January 2006 will begin to expire.
We are adding three free months of service for all current subscribers of the ARE practice programs service.
Architecture Programs at Florida Atlantic University, Kansas State University, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst will each receive a $25,000 NCARB Award.
NCARB encourages architects to financially support the efforts in the Philippines to restore the basic necessities to the Filipino people.
Here's how you can stay informed about the future exam.
NCARB's Licensure Task Force releases a statement about its mission and objectives.
Flip to page 42 of the magazine for a message from Michael Armstrong about NCARB's commitment to thinking outside the box.
In September, the NCARB Board of Directors approved changes to the IDP related to the employment duration requirement and eligibility requirement.
At its first meeting of fiscal the year, President Blakely C. Dunn led the NCARB Board of Directors through several strategic issues, including possibilities to streamline the IDP.
Did you know the ARE is developed by licensed architects and engineering specialists? Learn more about the ARE Item Development Subcommittee.
Over 40 architects from across the country gathered in July and September to begin shaping the next version of the exam—ARE 5.0.
Since 2001, NCARB has awarded more than $800,000 to schools in support of innovative programming that bridges the gap between education and practice.
For the first time, NCARB traveled to the Aloha State to host two workshops with AIA Honolulu.
Potential new pathways to architectural licensure are being explored through the work of a new Licensure Task Force launched by NCARB.
NCARB is delighted to announce that ARE® candidates can now sit for exams in Prometric test centers in London, England and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
This December, NCARB will host its second Intern Think Tank. Members will examine the program’s effectiveness and brainstorm blue-sky concepts for the future.
ARE Candidates can now schedule exams and view their exam history though My Examination.
Discuss IDP with the experts on Twitter.
Updated in August 2013, the ARE Guidelines now includes information related to My Examination, the rolling clock, and more.
In a continued effort to ensure the ARE reflects the evolving profession, NCARB has released updated exam guides for all seven divisions.