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Read the 2014 Legislative Update Report for the Professional Geologists Licensing Program here.


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  • Online Renewal Now Available! Click here to renew online.

  • The March 6, 2015 ASBOG exam will be held in Conference Room  4-A of the Davy Crockett Tower, 500 James Robertson Parkway, Nashville, TN 37243.

  • YOU CANNOT ORDER THE EXAM WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THIS BOARD. Once your application has been approved by this office, we will send you an ASBOG Candidate Request Form that you must complete and mail with your appropriate examination payment directly to ASBOG. Remember that you must have prior authorization from this Board to sit for the examination, no exceptions.

    Further, ASBOG must receive the completed Geology Examination Candidate Request form and examination fee payment no later than 5:00 pm (Eastern time), January 20, 2015. If ASBOG does not physically receive that form and fee payment by that time and date, you will not be allowed to order the exam.


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Donna Moulder
Donna Moulder



Contact Info

Mailing Address:

Professional Geologists
Licensing Program

500 James Robertson Pkwy

Nashville, TN 37243-1139



Phone: 615-741-3611

Fax: 615-253-1692


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Cashier's Office

500 James Robertson Parkway,
11th floor



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The purpose of the Tennessee Professional Geologists Licensing Program is to ensure that only qualified persons are licensed to practice geology in Tennessee, thereby benefiting the safety, health, and property of the people of this state and promoting the public welfare.

For more information about this Division, Contact Donna Moulder.