Need some guidance along the path to licensure? Find a local architect licensing advisor who can help you!
Licensing advisors are professionals, educators, and students who volunteer their time to help others pursue licensure. These volunteers often provide candidates with their first glimpse into the licensure process, lending help and advice along the way. You can look to your advisors for insight into completing the AXP, passing the ARE, and meeting licensure and reciprocity requirements.
NAAB-accredited architecture programs and AIA state chapters are expected to have an appointed advisor. NCARB shares tools and training opportunities to ensure appointed advisors are ready to help candidates and architects understand our programs and their roles as advisors. You can find contact information for your school or chapter’s appointed advisor via our lookup tool below.
Don’t see an advisor listed for your school or AIA component? Please contact your school or chapter leadership and inquire about who is in this role, or share the position description with them to determine how to appoint an advisor!
If you have an NCARB-specific question or need help with your Record, please contact us. Interested in becoming an advisor? Learn more!