Offers preparation services for the AICP exam, including practice questions and exams, and community forums.
Provides seminars designed to help candidates pass the AICP examination.
A consortium of university based programs offering credentials in urban and regional planning.
A student organization designed to foster communication, stimulate interest in urban affairs, and further educational development within the student body.
A "think and do tank" where faculty, staff, and students pool their expertise, resources, and commitment to address a wide range of issues facing cities, towns, and suburbs.
Provides educational opportunities and access to information to local officials serving on planning boards and zoning boards of appeals.
A practical training school for community developers from the Eugene Community Trust.
Features current research, a calendar of events and a section on urban education.
Section of the Pace Law School fostering the development of sustainable communities throughout the State of New York. Provides research and technical assistance to attorneys, planners, government officials, community leaders, and citizen groups.
A non-profit educational institution committed to teaching professionals the theory and practice of facilitating public planning charrettes and sharing the lessons learned.