National Architectural Accrediting Board

National Architectural Accrediting Board The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) is the sole agency authorized to accredit professional degree programs in architecture in the United States.
Since most US state registration boards require any applicant for licensure to have graduated from a NAAB-accredited program, obtaining such a degree is an essential aspect of preparing for the professional practice of architecture. While graduation from a NAAB-accredited program does not assure registration, the accrediting process is intended to verify that each accredited program substantially meets those standards that, as a whole, comprise an appropriate education for an architect. The NAAB is a company that complies with federal equal employment opportunity laws.

07/17/2019

It's only one week until the Accreditation Review Forum 2019 kicks off in Chicago! The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, The American Institute of Architects, the American Institute of Architecture Students - AIAS, and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) have been working together for over a year to prepare. Read more at https://www.naab.org/arforum19/ #ARForum19

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07/17/2019

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06/19/2017
www.naab.org

2016 Report on Architecture Programs at Minority-Serving Institutions is now available:http://www.naab.org/wp-content/uploads/2016-Report-on-Architecture-Education-at-Minority-Serving-Institutions.pdf

04/25/2017

Had a visit in Spring 2017?? Its not over yet. Hurry to your email and fill out the '2017 Spring Visit Survey'.

04/19/2017
www.naab.org

See the updated part II of the NAAB report on Accreditation in Architecture educationhttp://www.naab.org/wp-content/uploads/2016-NAAB-Report-on-Accreditation-in-Architecture-part-II.pdf

04/12/2017

The Spring visit cycle is ending. Thanks to all the volunteers that help to continue the work of the NAAB.

04/07/2017
www.naab.org

NAAB report on Accreditation in Architecture Part IIhttp://www.naab.org/wp-content/uploads/2016-NAAB-Report-on-Accreditation-in-Architecture-part-II_final.pdf

03/23/2017

Guidelines for Digital Visits approved by the board this monthhttp://www.naab.org/wp-content/uploads/Guidelines-for-the-Use-of-Digital-Content-in-Accreditation-Visits.pdf

03/16/2017
www.naab.org

see the new NAAB policies for the team pool:
http://www.naab.org/wp-content/uploads/2017-Team-Policies_Withdrawal.pdf

03/15/2017
www.naab.org

The NEW guidelines for programs:http://www.naab.org/wp-content/uploads/Guidelines-for-the-Use-of-Digital-Content-in-Accreditation-Visits.pdf

03/01/2017
www.naab.org

Part I on the NAAB Report on Architecture education is currently availablehttp://www.naab.org/wp-content/uploads/NAAB_2016AnnualReport_Part1.pdf

02/24/2017

Please send NAAB images of your students in the studio, in the field, in the classroom or in the lab. We are looking to update the NAAB website. Send to forum [at] naab [dot] org.

02/17/2017
Publications

Part I of the NAAB Report on Accreditation in Architecture is live. Happy Reading http://www.naab.org/accreditation/publications/

This report, to be produced annually, shares the accreditation decisions made by the NAAB in the previous year, provides a review of the aggregated statistics provided by each accredited program, and reports on other activities.

01/27/2017

Thank you to the visitng team that took park in last weekends U Michigan visit. No visits next week. Visit cycle 2017 resumes next weekend.

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