Establishing an NCEES Record is the most efficient way to complete the licensure process in multiple states. You must have an active professional engineering or surveying license in one of the U.S. jurisdictions to participate in the Records Program. Once established, an NCEES Record will include most—if not all—of the materials you need to apply for comity licensure in additional states and territories.
If you are a Council Record holder, NCEES will electronically submit your materials directly to the state licensing board on your behalf each time you apply for a license. This saves time and simplifies the application process when you need to practice in multiple states.
The NCEES Records Program will be unavailable June 11-19 for system enhancements. We appreciate your patience as we work to bring you a new and improved system.
Transmitting my Record
Current NCEES Record holders will be able to transmit their Record through June 10, 2016.
Completing the application process
The application process is currently suspended. We’ll resume accepting applications when the new and improved system is available on June 20, 2016.
New and Improved NCEES Records Program
On June 20, 2016, NCEES will launch a new and improved Records Program. The new system will feature
- Faster processing times. You can expect to complete the application process in the new system within approximately 30 days.
- Online verification for work experience and references.
- No application fee.
- No annual renewal fee.