Fiscal Year 14 CalendarJuly
7/1 Fiscal Year Begins
7/10 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
7/11 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
7/12 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
8/2 - Board Meeting, Santa Fe - 9 AM
8/2 - Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
8/2 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
8/2 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
9/11 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
9/12 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
9/13 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
10/16 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
10/17 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
10/18 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
11/8 - Board Meeting, Santa Fe - 9 AM
11/8 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
11/8 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
11/8 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
12/11 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
12/12 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
12/13 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
12/31 All Renewals Due
1/14 - Legislative Session Begins
1/15 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
1/16 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
1/17 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
2/12 Legislative Session Ends
2/14 Board Meeting, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
2/14 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
2/14 Enforcement Subcommittee
2/14 Rule and Regulation Committee
3/12 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
3/13 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
3/14 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
4/16 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
4/17 Rules and Regulations Committee Meeting
4/18 Enforcement Subcommittee
5/9 - Board Meeting, Santa Fe - 9 AM
5/9 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
5/9 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
5/9 Rules and Regulation Committee Meeting
6/11 Exam and Reciprocity Application Review
6/12 Enforcement Subcommittee Meeting
6/13 Rules and Regulations Committee
NCARB Annual Meeting
6/30 FY 14 Ends
Returned Renewal Statements -- No Forwarding Addresses AvailableMissing Your Renewal Statement?
The Board has received several renewal statements the Post Office is unable to deliver because the forwarding period has expired. Some registrants have not provided up-to-date address changes to the Board. Here's a list of in-state & out-of state architects whose renewal statements have been returned to the Board for lack of forwarding addresses.
Please contact the Board via email to claim your renewal statement using the email form under "forms" at the homepage.
Board staff will not take address changes over the phone. Please use the email form under "forms" for all address changes and renewal requests that entail an address change.
If you haven't changed your address recently, and you haven't received your renewal statement, contact Board staff by phone (505) 982-2869 immediately.
Download: Returned Renewal Statements -- No Forwarding Addresses Available
Renewal Details -- An UpdateRegistrants:
Please make out checks for renewal to: New Mexico Board of Examiners for Architects.
Once you receive your Renewal Statement in the mail, please read the instructions carefully.
As in the renewal at the end of 2011, continuing education forms are not required to be submitted with the completed Renewal Statement. You will be asked to certify your Continuing Education on your Renewal Statement. Please keep all your records, in case you are audited.
Online renewal: The New Mexico Board is working toward providing online renewal this year, however, the service is not yet available. Please check back at the website at mid-December!
Check in with MyExamination at NCARBNCARB's MyExamination is now operational. If you are an exam candidate in New Mexico, check in with NCARB now. If you are an exam candidate whose testing eligibility has expired (per the MyExamination site) you must provide a written request to authorize your eligibility to the New Mexico Board including current address, email address and telephone number. The request may be submitted via email under "forms."
FY 13 Annual ReportThe Board's annual report includes information on services, infrastructure, national involvement and planning. The report also provides statistics on registration, applicants in the examination process, enforcement and a year-end financial report. Download: FY 13 Annual Report
Reciprocity ProcessIf you are applying for a license in New Mexico and want to know how the process works, please click on the link below. Download: Reciprocity Process
Early Eligibility to Take AREThe Board's rules allow early eligibility to take the ARE. has changed the rules regarding the timing of taking the ARE. One is now eligible to take the ARE after receiving a professional degree and obtaining an NCARB IDP number. It is no longer necessary to complete all, or any, of the IDP requirements. Those requirements must be completed before licensure.
Avenues to LicensureFor a brief overview of the options available to obtain a license to practice architecture in New Mexico please see the Options for Licensure article to learn more
The Board's Architect/EducatorTo read about the Board's Architect/Educator postion please Visit the People Section to learn more
REVIEW DISCIPLINARY ACTIONSTo review the Board's disciplinary actions please Go to the Disciplinary Actions Section to learn more
State IDP Person InformationFor information about the AIA IDP coordinator, please click here