Pharmacist Intern Registration
Welcome to the online application process for Pharmacist Intern Registration. Complete the online application for Pharmacist Intern by pressing "Continue" at the bottom of this page. There is not a fee for this application. NOTE Internship shall not be granted until the 30 credit hours form (Word doc) is completed and submitted by the College of Pharmacy to the Texas State Board of Pharmacy after student has successfully completed the first professional year with a minimum of 30 credit hours of work towards a professional degree in pharmacy
SUBMIT INTERN APPLICATION
- Log-In to your account or create an account (see link at bottom of page);
- If you do not have an account, register for one using a personal email (not a school assigned email) as the user ID;
- Once successfully logged in to the account, click on main menu and choose “apply for a new license”, then choose “intern”.
- Submit the application.
Be sure to enter a correct and current mailing address. Submit ONE application. If you made an error on your application, submit a written statement to TSBP via FAX to (512) 305-8075. Do NOT complete a second application to correct an error made on a prior application.
SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENT REQUIRED: After you have submitted your application online, mail a copy of the page 1 of the confirmation page and a copy of your Social Security Card to Melinda Uballe, Texas State Board of Pharmacy, 333 Guadalupe Suite 3-600, Austin, TX 78701.
FINGERPRINT SESSION REQUIRED: Applicants must complete a fingerprint session. The fee for fingerprinting is less than $50. Applicants located in Texas, schedule a fingerprint session online at: https://uenroll.identogo.com/servicecode/11G3HG. Following the fingerprint session, keep the receipt for your records. Do not mail it to TSBP.
Applicants (using an address) not located in Texas, will receive a packet in the mail with a fingerprint form and instructions sheet because the approved state vendor does not always allow a digital scan. The fingerprint packet is automatically mailed to the address provided on the application. Allow 2 to 3 weeks the packet to arrive via U.S. Postal Service.
CAUTION: The application collects the information needed for registration and includes several questions to which you attest to certain background information. Answer all questions in a truthful manner. All information provided will be verified. Falsification of your application for registration (including partial falsification and/or giving information that is misleading) constitutes grounds to deny your application to obtain a registration. In addition, you should be aware that the following scenarios will delay the processing of your application: if you check "no" to any of the attest questions on the application when you should have checked "yes" to these questions; and/or if you check "yes" to any of the attest questions and fail to provide a complete description of your offense (i.e., year, city or county, and nature of offense).
For further information, contact the Pharmacist Licensing Division at 512/305-8000.