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General Contact Information

If you have a question about educator licensing, would like to request an educator application packet, find directions to our office, or file a professional standards complaint, please contact us by phone, email, website, or come into our office.

 
Addr​ess Hours of Operation Contact
TSPC Office
250 Divisi​on S​t NE
Salem, OR 97301-1012
Office Hours:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
​​​Phone: 503-378-3586
Fax: 503-378-4448

TSPC Directory

Map & Direc​tions ​​Phone Hours:
7:30 AM to 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
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How To Submit Information


  • ​​Applications
  • Fees
eLicensing
  • PEER forms
  • Out-of-state licenses
  • Resumes
  • Test scores
  • Other relevant documentation
fax, mail, or upload via your eLicensing account
  • Official transcripts*
tspc.transcripts@oregon.gov

* Please review the official transcripts page for complete information about official transcripts. 
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eLicensing Application Help

If you need help due to issues related to the eLicensing application, such as technical questions, to report problems with eLicensing, for errors made by you or the system, etc., please email us at online.tspc@oregon.gov.
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Licensing Questions

If you have questions about how to obtain or renew an Oregon educator license or you have other licensure questions, please see if the website has the information you need.

 
If you are unable to find the answer you are seeking, please contact licensing staff:
  • Email us at contact.tspc@oregon.gov if you do not have an eLicensing account; or
  • If you have an eLicensing account please login to send us a message directly; or
  • Call us at (503) 378-3586
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Name Change

For instructions on how to register a name change with TSPC, see the Name Changes​ webpage.
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TSPC Fingerprinting and Background Check Questions

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Media Contact

All Media Requests:
Trent Danowski
Deputy Director
Phone: (503) 378-3757
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Public Information Requests

ORS 192.018 requires every state agency to have a "written policy that sets forth the agency's use, retention and ownership of public records" so that public records are being maintained and managed appropriately across state agencies, enterprise wide, from the time of creation of a public record to the time of final disposition of the public record.

 
You can read the full policy here:

 

 
To request public records or data, fill out and submit the following form:

 
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