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Firm licenses expired as of June 30th, 2016. All firms are now required to pay a renewal fee of $175.00, which includes a reinstatement fee of $100.00. <read more>
8/2/2016 - HB 742 PASSED DECOUPLING GOES INTO EFFECT FOR THE SPRING 2017 PE EXAM
6/2/2016 - Examination Changes and Information from NCEES
October 2016 Exam Changes
October 2016 NCEES Registration Deadlines
4/22/2016 - 2016 Changes for National Surveyors Exam
The NC Board of Examiners will no longer be involved with the PS exam, therefore, there will be no prior approval needed to be seated for the PS exam.
Once you have taken and passed the PS exam, you will be required to apply to the NC Board of Examiners to take the State-specific exam with a complete application and map. Application fee and State-specific exam fee will be paid to the Board. Upon passing the State exam, you will become licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor.
Applicants who already have an application on file need to contact the Board Office to find out what is needed to update their files or to apply for a re-exam of the State exam portion.
11/23/2015 - Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors can renew for 2016 beginning on December 1st.
6/5/2015 - Special Notice to Veterans
NCEES filed the required paperwork with the South Carolina Commission for Higher Education and was domesticated as a 501 (c) (3) which allows the reimbursement of exam fees for engineers and surveyors who are military veterans.
The Department of Veteran Affairs has approved NCEES (The National Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors) per Section 21.4268 of Title 38 of the US code of Federal Regulations.
A veteran who takes any of the engineering or surveying exams offered by NCEES should contact the Veterans Administration (www.va.gov) to request reimbursement from the VA no matter where they took the exam or their state of residence.
|In order to safeguard life, health, and property and to promote the public welfare, the practice of engineering and land surveying in this State are hereby declared to be subject to regulation in the public interest. It shall be unlawful for any person to practice or to offer to practice engineering or land survying in this State, as defined in the provisions... >>> MORE...||