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NASBA has recently reached a milestone of having over 200 colleges and universities taking advantage of the Accountancy Licensing Library (ALL). The complimentary program is designed to help accounting department Chairs and other academic advisors understand and prepare students for the regulatory aspects of launching a career as a CPA. Colleges and universities across the U.S. are finding ALL to be a valuable academic advising resource for their faculty and students.

Institutions and students benefit greatly from the complimentary ALL subscription as the online tool provides access to a comprehensive Research Tool database containing information on the CPA Exam and Licensing requirements. ALL also features information on the different types of CPA licenses (e.g., initial, reciprocal, mobility/practice privilege and firm registration) available in each state – providing details of the general, education, exam, experience and ethics requirements, as well as step-by-step procedures on how to apply for each license.

"We are very excited to have reached the milestone of 200 colleges/universities using the ALL," said Leona Johnson, NASBA’s ALL Manager. "Since we have been attending the annual Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) and American Accounting Association (AAA) Conferences the last few summers, we have been more successful in getting the word out about the ALL resource, which is free to colleges/universities. The BAP and AAA Conferences have been helpful because the appropriate audience attends both conferences."

ALL can benefit more than just schools. Paid subscribers, including individuals who have passed their CPA Exam and are ready to apply for a CPA license, as well as accounting firms, utilize ALL for current information and forms in one central location.  The ALL helps remove the complexity from the CPA license and firm registration process for students and busy accounting professionals.

Visit the ALL website to learn more. To request complimentary access for a college or university, contact the ALL Manager, Leona Johnson, at

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