Wyoming Board of Professional Geologists

2617 E. Lincolnway, Suite I, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001

(307) 742-1118 | prof.geo@wyo.gov

EXCITING CHANGES COMING TO OUR NATIONAL GEOLOGY EXAMS IN 2023

ASBOG has announced that the FG and the PG exams will be offered by computer-based format beginning with the spring 2023 exams.

Read of the provisional changes here.


Across the nation, the final ASBOG pencil and paper exams were administered on October 7, 2022.

The ASBOG 2023 Spring Exams will be administered via computer-based testing at Prometric Testing Centers provided to you prior to the March 17, 2023 exam.


Your Wyoming application and requirements cut-off deadline is December 17, 2022.

BOARD OF GEOLOGISTS TO HOLD OPEN MEETING

Our next open Board Meeting will be held December 6, 2022, at 1:30 pm.
If you wish to attend, please contact the Board Office for access.

Wyoming Licensees
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Spring exam applications are being accepted and processed.

Your approval for testing will be confirmed via email.

Be certain your email address is current in our office records.


YOUR RESPONSIBILITY......

Communication with you is made via email. Please be sure your email addresses and postal mailing address are kept up to date in our Board office records. Update your contact information here. We must receive contact information changes in writing.

KEEP YOUR RECORDS CURRENT!!

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Spring exam day will be Friday, March 17, 2023.
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New Applications for the SPRING 2023 exams are open until December 17, 2022.

Contact the Board office with questions.

MISSION STATEMENT


The stated mission of the Wyoming Board of Professional Geologists is to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public by promoting the practice of geology by professional geologists and by providing fair and balanced regulation of the geologic profession.
This mission is accomplished by licensing only those persons who meet or exceed the minimum statutory requirements of education, experience, and competency necessary to be called professional geologists. This licensing process currently involves examinations to establish an applicant's competency to practice as a professional geologist.
The Board's regulatory responsibility includes the discipline of professional geologists licensed in Wyoming as well as seeking the prosecution of unlicensed persons who violate the Wyoming Geologists Practice Act.