eLicensing link and step-by-step tutorial:
Welcome to the TSPC eLicensing Tutorial and Application!
This initial release is very “bare bones,” intended to give
applicants and licensees the ability to submit an electronic application,
update personal information on an as-needed basis, and pay for
transactions using a credit card. Enhancements will continue through the
several months following the January 19, 2016, first release. We very much
appreciate your patience as we continue to develop this system.
We expect this new application database to help us reduce or
eliminate our backlog and better prioritize our work.
Review the step-by-step eLicensing tutorial, listed below.
Click on the [Start Here] button, below, or on the left-hand panel to go to eLicensing.
Creating an account allows you to submit applications for licensure, renew your license, and manage your teaching license information online.
eLicensing Step-by-Step Tutorial
The information provided here is a tutorial designed to walk you through the steps to:
- Create a Sign In;
- Connect to your license history if you were licensed by TSPC prior to January 19, 2016;
- Update your profile;
- Show you the link to view and renew your existing license(s); and
- Show you the link to apply for a new license.
If you are a first-time user, select [Sign Up]. If you already have an eLicensing account, select [Log In].
Once you select “Sign Up” (NEW user), you’re directed to the
Login Information page.
Click “Verify & Continue”
Then you’ll be successfully registered!
Check your email for the link to login to eLicensing to get
Note: The link provided here will only work one time.
Please keep your username and password in a secure location.
If you lose your login information, a [Forgot password?] link is available in eLicensing;
however, the link provided in this email will not work beyond its initial use.
Now you’re ready to “Log In”!
This step is for first-time users who may have an existing
record in the TSPC Legacy System.
If the TSPC Legacy System has your current last name, the
correct date of birth, and your Social Security Number, you’ll be able to
connect to your previous license history and other available data.
Note: At initial
implementation, those with expired licenses may not be able to
connect to the eLicensing system. That issue is in the queue to be resolved. You can still create your profile and apply as though you were new. This DOES NOT apply to renewals.
Enter the requested information.
You must enter a “/” when entering your Date of Birth and a
“-“ with your Social Security Number.
The result when the eLicensing is NOT successful in finding
a record of you in our Legacy database.
Now you’re “in”!
This is your TSPC Dashboard. Those who have held TSPC
licenses for quite some time should recognize this as the first page of the old
“C1” application form. You can keep all of this information up to date simply
by logging in. You don’t have to be applying for something or asking a
A sample, completed dashboard:
Once you “save”, you’ll see the green “Your changes have been successfully saved.”