- How do I renew my NCARB Record?
You can easily renew your Record online. Simply select the “Renew Now” option on your Record homepage.
- How do I establish an NCARB Record?
Your NCARB Record keeps track of your education, experience, and exam progress. It will be used to support your applications for initial licensure and NCARB certification. Go to my.ncarb.org and click “Establish Record” to create your account.
- How do I change my name on my NCARB Record?
Please contact us online or at 202-879-0520. NCARB will need a copy of your state-issued ID and the legal name change document (such as a marriage certificate or divorce decree) to support your request.
- How do I add or edit my license/registration information in my NCARB Record?
You can easily update your license/registration information by signing into your NCARB Record, navigating to the “Registrations” tab, and the clicking “Add Registration.” You must have your registration number, received date, and expiration date to add the registration to your account.
- How can I get involved with NCARB?
There are two key ways to get involved with NCARB:
Volunteer for your state licensing board—In most states, board members are appointed by the governor or other local leadership. NCARB regularly updates a list of jurisdictions with open licensing board positions.
Join an NCARB committee—Serving on an NCARB committee is a great way to get involved with licensing boards around the country and hear the latest updates about additional opportunities. Committee members are appointed each spring for the upcoming fiscal year, which runs from July – June. While most committee members are members of state licensing boards, NCARB does publish a call for volunteers to serve on the Think Tank, Re-Think Tank, additional focus groups, and some ARE development-related committees. Learn more about NCARB committees.
- Who develops NCARB’s programs?
NCARB works with hundreds of volunteer architects to develop and administer our programs.