Where do I find deadlines?
Deadlines for the professional engineering examinations are set by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). NCEES will not set deadlines for future examinations until the most current upcoming exams have been issued. Once deadlines are set, the Board will list those dates on the home page under "Important Dates." All computer based tests (CBT's) are offered year-round and do not have a fee deadline.
How can I check the status of my application?
You may check the status of your application by calling or emailing the Board office. (307) 777-6155/6156 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All professional applications are $100, with exception to a dual application which is $200. Intern applications are $50 and firm applications are $75.
Are handwritten applications accepted?
No, all applications are online and must be filled out electronically. All applications that are handwritten will be returned.
How long will you hold my application?
Rules, Chapter 3, Section 7 (vi) “If an applicant makes no attempt to complete his/her application within six (6) months from the date of original application, his/her application will be canceled with neither prejudice nor refund of fee.”
Are transcripts, references, and verification's required if I do not have the NCEES Record Book?
Yes. Rules and Regulations, Chapter 3, Section 6 require that the above information is collected for licensure.
How can I request my verification of examination or licensure?
Wyoming participates in the electronic system through NCEES. Please have your request submitted through your account at: https://account.ncees.org/login
Do you accept electronic transcripts or references?
Yes, but they must come directly from the institution or reference themselves. They may submit to: email@example.com
How many references are required?
Three (3) in total, the following are the different combinations for those three (3):
Three (3) licensed supervisory references are required. If one cannot provide three (3) licensed supervisory references, then they must provide a statement as to why, along with three (3) references unrelated to the applicant, in which one (1) shall be licensed. Please see Rules and Regulations Chapter 3, Section 7(a)(iii) for further clarification.
Applicants must complete the top portion of the reference form and leave the lower section for the reference. All references must be mailed or emailed in directly from the reference.
I am or was a University of Wyoming student and would like my intern certification, how do I request that information?
After taking and passing the Fundamentals of Engineering examination (FE) and you have graduated from the University with your BS in engineering, you may request your transcripts be sent directly to the Board office. You will need to call or email (307) 777-6155/6156 or firstname.lastname@example.org to check on the status of your University of Wyoming application and update your address. All information is sent by email so please be sure to update the Board of a current email address (no uwyo.edu emails please).
I am not a University of Wyoming graduate how do I apply for my intern certification?
Once you have taken and passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination (FE) you may apply by making application with the Board’s “Intern Certification” application.
When applying for my surveying intern certification OR my professional surveying license; do I need to fill out the education requirement form?
All but the following two (2) degrees are required to send in an education requirement form.
Exempt from the education requirement form:
Bachelors of Surveying
Associate of Surveying Technology
I do not have my four (4) years of professional experience; can I still take the professional exams in Wyoming?
Yes, Wyoming is a decoupled state, meaning you may take the examination prior to the four (4) years of experience. Please file the “Early Examination” application.
I am ready to take my professional examination and I have my four (4) years of experience, which application should I file with Wyoming?
If you have established a NCEES Record Book, please file the "Professional Licensure with NCEES Record Book" application. If you do not established a NCEES Record Book please file the “Professional Licensure without NCEES Record Book" application
I have had discipline in the past, am I still able to apply for licensure based on your 15-Year Comity Pathway?
Yes. All comity applications fall under Rules and Regulations, Chapter 1, Section 2 (b)(i) "Has not been convicted of any crime that is related to the ability to the practice of engineering or land surveying within five (5) years of submitting an application for a license or certificate;"
Are there other states that will accept my professional license based on the PhD Pathway?
At this time there are not any other states that will accept this license via comity or reciprocity.
What is the fee schedule for Professional Land Surveyors Examinations?
Those applying for the Professional Land Surveyor Examination must pay the associated exam fees listed in the Rules and Regulations, Chapter 2, Section 1 & 2. For those taking the National Examination you must refer to NCEES Exam Guide for fees in addition to Wyoming's Exam Fees listed below.
State Specific Take Home Exam - $100 Retake fee - $100
2 Hour State Specific Exam - $100 Retake fee - $100
Is a firm required to make application for a professional firm registration?
Yes, all firms offering to work in Wyoming must file application for registration with the Board prior to offering to work in Wyoming.
Our firm is in the process of making application with Wyoming, may we send in our firm application before our professional has completed their application process?
No, the firm must have a Wyoming licensed professional on staff prior to mailing in application for the firm registration.
Does my firm need to be filed with the Wyoming Secretary of State?
The Wyoming Board cannot make that determination, the firm must inquire with the Wyoming Secretary of State Corporations Division at: (307) 777-7311.