Licensing for Teachers
Oregon Teaching License and Added Endorsement Application Instructions and Scholarships
- Preliminary Teaching License (Post-Bac)
- Professional Teaching License (optional)
- Teacher Leader License (optional)
- Added ESOL, Reading Intervention, and Special Education: Generalist Endorsements
- TSPC: Adding Endorsements and Specializations to Existing Teaching Licenses
- ODE: Career and Technical Education (CTE) Teaching Licenses
- Sample “License Anticipated” Placeholder for Applications PDF
Oregon TSPC Scholarship and Reimbursement Programs for Diverse Educators
National Board Certification
Transcripts for TSPC Applications
Status of Test and edTPA Scores in WebAdvisor
Contact: Graduate Admissions office
Status of Your Recommendation
Preliminary Teaching License: Shanta Calem, Administrative Specialist, Teacher Education Department
Added Endorsements: Sharon Chinn, Director, K-12 Career and Licensing Services
(Once all Oregon license program requirements, including the edTPA and tests, are complete, you are eligible to be recommended for a full, regular license in any state.)
How Long Do I Have to Apply to TSPC?
TSPC’s rules allow candidates 3-years to apply for their license, endorsement, or specialization following completion of a program. If it has been more than 3-years since completion, candidates will need to meet with a Lewis & Clark Graduate School faculty advisor to determine whether additional course work, testing, and/or field experiences are required, including admission into the current program.
How long will it take TSPC to issue my new license?
TSPC’s license processing time is approximately 12-weeks. (Updated 05/2022)