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Pharmacy Technician License Information

*Application processing time is approximately 4-6 weeks, but may be longer depending on the circumstances.
*All fees are non-refundable.

On February 10, 2022, the Oregon Board of Pharmacy adopted temporary rules regarding Pharmacy Technician licensure.  

These changes remove barriers to licensure and provide an option for a Pharmacy Technician to renew the license in even years.  
This means, the license you are currently applying for will expire on 6/30/2024. 

Your license application will be processed and issued once an application is complete. Submission of an application does not guarantee an issue date. Each application is processed on a case-by-case basis and processing time cannot be estimated.

Pharmacy Technicians and Certified Pharmacy Technicians must be at least 18 years of age and have completed high school (or equivalent) per OAR 855-125-0010.

If you hold a national certification through either PTCB or NHA, you will apply for the Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician license.

Apply for Pharmacy Technician Licensure

Visit mylicense/eGov to "register"/create a new personal account, or log into an existing eGov account to apply for a Pharmacy Technician license.

*Download step by step instructions to create and account and apply.

Required Documents

    • Fees: $146.25
      • $100.00 application fee
      • $46.25 national fingerprint background check fee
  • An original 2”x 2” passport/visa style photograph taken within the past 6 months
  • Personal Identification - Either a copy of your birth certificate AND a color copy of the front and back of your signed state issued photo ID OR a color copy of your signed U.S. Passport.
    • If you were born outside of the United States, submit a color copy of your country passport and work visa or country passport & Employment Authorization Document (EAD) or country birth certificate & naturalization document or residency card.
  • If you answered yes to any questions in the moral turpitude section the following items are required to be submitted:
    • A detailed written description of the incident(s); and
    • Police report(s); and 
    • Court document(s); and 
    • Board Order(s); and 
    • Other related document(s); and 
    • If agencies involved do not have any record of the incident(s), you are required to obtain and submit a document from them stating that there is no record and for what reason
Failure to provide these records with your application will lengthen the time it takes to process your application. Refusal to provide these records will make your application incomplete, and ineligible for processing. The review of your documentation may lengthen the application processing time. If you have previously reported and provided the required documentation on a previous application, you do not need to resubmit the documentation.

Next Steps
Once your completed application, licensing fees and fingerprint processing fee* have been received and reviewed by the board, the instructions to complete your fingerprints will be available to download in "Documents" of your online eGov account. Please allow 2-3 business days for the instructions to be emailed to the address provided on the application.
*There is an additional $12.50 fee that is required when you schedule your fingerprint appointment at a Fieldprint facility near you. Your fingerprints will be electronically submitted to the Oregon State Police and the results will be sent to the Oregon Board of Pharmacy.

*Please allow up to 30 days for the Oregon State Police to process your fingerprints.  

*You WILL NOT be allowed to work as a Pharmacy Technician after your license expires unless you have received your Certified Oregon Pharmacy Technician license or you renew your pharmacy technician license. 

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Email all licensing related inquiries to or call (971) 673-0001.