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  • eLicensing has arrived!








     

    The Educator Licensure system is now online only! 

    Applications and payments can be made only through eLicensing.

       

    eLicensing tips:

    • eLicensing tutorial.

    • TSPC is no longer accepting mailed, faxed, or emailed applications or payments. All applications must be submitted through the eLicensing system.

    • All supporting documents for your application must still be sent directly to TSPC through mail, fax, or email. (Go to Contact Us for more information). You are not able to "upload" additional documentation in the eLicensing system.

    • The Basic Teaching License is renamed the Legacy Teaching License.

    • The Initial II Teaching License is renamed the Preliminary Teaching License.


    Useful links:

    eLicensing update:

     
     
    System Update: June 24, 2016

    Expedited Service Fees

    On June 29, eLicensing will begin accepting payment for expedited service.
    • The Expedited Service Fee will apply to any C3 submitted on or after June 29, regardless of when the original licensure application was received.
    • If a district submitted a C3 prior to June 29 that was “closed” for any reason and then submits a new C3 when an application is complete, the Expedited Service Fee will apply.
    Expedited Service Process
    • Step 1: Applicant applies and pays the base fee for the specific license requested.
    • Step 2: Applicant submits all required supporting information for the application.
    • Step 3: District submits the required information for the expedited request (C3 form and District letter).
    • Step 4: Applicant logs back into eLicensing to pay the expedited service fee ($149 plus the $10 portal provider fee). If a district would like to pay the expedited service fee, please have the applicant retain their receipt for reimbursement. The applicant (or district) may also enter the district credit card number directly into the eLicensing payment section, if this method is preferable.
    Late Fees

    On June 29, eLicensing will begin implementing late fees. Late fees will now be charged as follows:
    • Day 1-30: late fee is $40 (One month)
    • Day 31-60: late fee is $80 (Two months)
    • Day 61-90: late fee is $120 (Three months)
    • Day 91-120: late fee is $160 (Four months)
    • Day 121 and beyond: late fee is $200 (Five or more months)
    The late fee is in addition to the $140 renewal fee. One $10 portal provider fee is charged for the entire application.

     

     
     

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For Specific Audiences General Information
 
 
 
To access your licensure information:
 
 
To submit materials to TSPC:
 
Official transcripts = tspc.transcripts@oregon.gov 
Applications = eLicensing
Fees = eLicensing              
PEER forms = email, fax, or mail
Out-of-state licenses = email, fax, or mail
Resumes = email, fax, or mail
Test scores = email, fax, or mail
Other documentation = email, fax, or mail
 
 
Fax: (503) 378-4448
 
Mail to:
250 Division St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
 
 

 

 

 

 

 
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Status of Applications:
We are currently processing applications received on 2/15/16 If you filed a complete application before this date, please email us at: contact.tspc@oregon.gov  
 
Once your application has been processed you will receive an EMAIL notification. 
 
Licenses are no longer printed and mailed. 

 

Status of Email Responses:

We are currently answering most emails within two business days of receipt, depending on staff availability and the complexity of the question.

 

 

Office Hours and Contacting Us: 

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  • Visiting hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Phone hours:  Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

  • If you have questions, you may call 503-378-3586


 

Email: 

      For all other issues: contact.tspc@oregon.gov

 

    • Visit our office in person:
      • 250 Division St. NE
      • Salem, OR 97301