Important Policy Change
Due to a change in statute, the Board of Pharmacy will begin requiring fingerprint clearance cards in August 2016. To facilitate the changeover from fingerprint cards to clearance cards, we will stop accepting fingerprint cards at the close of business on July 15, 2016.
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- New Student Pharmacy Interns will require current transcripts or a letter from the registrar or dean certifying their enrollment and attendance at an approved college of pharmacy.
- New Graduate Pharmacy Interns will require final transcripts from an approved college of pharmacy, showing the date of graduation.
- New Foreign Pharmacy Interns will require a notarized copy of your FPGEC certificate.
- Please do not send originals. You must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident with permission to work in the U.S.
- Please provide proof of any name change (i.e. a notarized copy of a marriage license, divorce decree, or court documents legally granting a name change).
- Intern licenses are issued for five years. A sixth year can be requested and in most cases granted by the Executive Director; there is no need for a currently licensed intern to apply for a “graduate” intern license (they are one and the same).
- No intern certificates for immunization can be granted before July 20, 2011. Any applications received before that date will be placed on hold and processed on or after that date.
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- New intern application fees are $60 for one five-year license.
- Intern licenses cannot be renewed or extended beyond the initial five-year license period.