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In compliance with AIA Continuing Education guidelines, beginning with the January 2002 issue:

  1. A separate Continuing Education Reporting Form must be completed for each continuing education article or section. The form may be accessed by clicking the link at the end of each article. The correct answers to the multiple choice test questions must be circled on the Reporting Form along with the applicant’s name, AIA number, and other contact information. A $10 processing fee payable by check or credit card must accompany each Continuing Education Reporting Form.

  2. Beginning with the January 2002 issue, Reporting Forms will be mailed to the Architectural Record Continuing Education processing center address listed on the Reporting Form. All Continuing Education registrations will be forwarded to the AIA/CES records office at the University of Oklahoma for inclusion on AIA Continuing Education transcripts. (The date the AIA/CES records office ascribes to the LUs will be the last day of the month in which they receive notification from the provider that the LU credit has been earned.)

  3. Certificates of completion: To comply with state licensing mandatory continuing education issues, record has established a system to provide certificates of completion to participants who request this documentation. A passing score of 80% on the test answers is required for successful completion. You may request a certificate on each reporting form. We’ve changed our format to closely align with state licensing requirements.

  4. New Reporting Instructions for CES Courses Prior to Jan. 2002
    (written within the past two years)

    For AIA members to register for continuing education credit for the preselected
    articles written within the past 2 years but written before Jan. 2002, read the content, answer the test questions, and mail or fax your reporting form along with the written answers to the questions to the AIA Records Office at the University of Oklahoma. Be sure the title of the article is included. Fax number: 405/325-6965 or mail to:
    AIA/CES Records
    1700 Asp Avenue
    Room B-1
    Norman, OK 73072-6400

    Note: Electronic reporting is no longer available.

  5. AIA/CES-approved magazine articles and sections that are more than two years old can only be self-reported as part of a self-designed research project, not for HSW credit. Contact the AIA records office in Oklahoma for self-reporting: 800-605-8229. Articles and sections published within two years of this issue must use the AIA/CES Reporting Form in those issues and/or follow the instructions on the Web site.

If you have questions regarding the AIA/Architectural Record Continuing Education Program, e-mail