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In June 2022, NCARB's member licensing boards ratified a new reciprocity agreement between NCARB and our counterpart in the United Kingdom, the Architects Registration Board (ARB). Learn more about what happens next.
Our featured course explores the provisions for alternate materials and methods requests in the International Building Code and how they may be used to achieve code compliance.
Earlier this year, thousands of architects participated in NCARB's once-in-a-decade Analysis of Practice study, exploring the current and future practice of architecture. Find out what's next for our ambitious project.
Learn more about our NCARB Scholars event, where 15 professional practice professors from architecture programs across the United States gathered for an intensive three-day training program.
Shape the future of architecture by serving on your local licensing board! The following boards are seeking new members: Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Find out if you qualify, and contact for more information. 
If you supervise a licensure candidate who's taking the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®), share a quick overview with them of the steps to view provisional feedback before exiting the exam.
Many people understand the value of an architecture license, but not everyone understands the ins and outs of NCARB's programs or the time commitment that goes into becoming an architect. We asked members of our community to tell us about their unique experiences on the licensure path and the wisdom they've gained since. Check out what they had to say! 
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