License Renewal

Online Renewal

eLicensing, a web-enabled licensing and renewal system which will improve your Board experience, ease of access, and renewal process. It takes less than 10 minutes to renew!

Renewal Instructions

  • Go to the eLicense Portal
  • First-time users can generate a user name and password by clicking the “Sign-Up” button under New User Registration.
  • Login to your account and select “Renew License”.
  • Review and update contact information and other required items, answer the disciplinary history questions, and complete the certification. To streamline the process, please have the following available:
    • NABP eProfile ID
    • Employer's Pharmacy/Facility Registration Number (license verification portal)
    • A copy of your immunization training course certificate (if providing vaccinations)
    • CPR certification expiration date (if providing vaccinations)
    • Payment method
  • Using our secure payment processing portal, submit your payment by credit card, debit card, or electronic check.
  • A confirmation email will be sent to you verifying receipt of payment.
  • NEW THIS YEAR! If you renewed online and answered “No” to all disciplinary questions, you can immediately log back into the portal and print your 2021 pharmacist license renewal certificate and pocket card. The Board will not print/mail these items. If additional copies are needed, log back in and print/download a copy. If you answered “Yes” to a disciplinary question, you can verify your renewal has been received by visiting the License Verification page and checking for the updated expiration date.
Renewal Fee Schedule effective 5/31/2019

Advantages of renewing online:

Fast—it only takes a few minutes and you will receive a confirmation when you finish, so you will know your renewal is complete. In most instances, your new license is mailed to you the next business day after you renew - sometimes even the same day. Your renewed license information will be available on our License Verification Database the day after you renew.

Convenient—you can complete your renewal 24 hours a day, seven days a week at any location with Internet access.

Accurate – you must enter all of your information as the on-line renewal will not allow you to leave required information blank; therefore, your renewal form will not be returned because you left something blank or forgot to sign it.

No lost payments—you use a credit card or electronic check to renew.

No postage required—your renewal notice will not be returned to you because you forgot to include postage.

Will not get lost in the mail—the confirmation you receive will allow your renewal application to be traced internally should any issues arise. 

There are two exceptions to the online license renewal process at this time: 

  • Initiating or renewing an inactive license status.  You will need to obtain a printed renewal form.
  • We have opened up online renewals, even if you have had new discipline during the last renewal period; however, you will need to submit a paper copy of the discipline to the board office.  You can proceed with an online renewal, but the license will be pending until the discipline review is completed.

Employers are encouraged to have a computer with Internet access available, for their employees to use at the work site, for the purpose of license renewal. This will accommodate early license renewal by employees and result in fewer last minute renewal problems. Remember that renewals postmarked after your license expiration will be considered lapsed. Any licensee or registrant practicing on a lapsed license can and will be fined. Don’t delay, renew as soon as you receive the notice (and the renewal period opens) to avoid penalties and delays in receiving your renewed license.

The Board of Pharmacy urges you to take advantage of the online renewal process. However, if you are unable to renew online please contact our office at [email protected] to request a printed renewal form.

Frequently Asked Questions


  • Can I renew online?

  • When does my license, registration, or permit expire?

  • Do my Continuing Education (CE) hours have to be completed before I can renew?

  • When does my renewal have to be received by the Board office?

  • Can I renew my license/registration/permit after it has expired?

  • How early can I renew my license, registration, or permit?

  • Do I have to pay the renewal fees and take continuing education if my license is on inactive status?

Applications or Renewals with Criminal History