Licensing for Administrators
Special Note: TSPC Adopts New Administrator License Rules (February 2019)
At their February 2019 meeting, TSPC commissioners adopted new administrator license and program rules. A webpage is available to answer questions about this change, timelines, and the new Principal License and Professional Administrator License requirements.
Oregon Administrator License Application Instructions and Scholarships
- Principal License
- Professional Administrator License
- Renewal of Administrative Licenses
Transcripts for TSPC Applications
Status of Test Scores in WebAdvisor
Contact: Graduate Admissions office
Status of Your Recommendation
Contact: Bernette Jenkins-Pleas, Administrative Specialist, Educational Leadership Department
(Once all Oregon license program requirements, including 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)