You will complete the LVIS application for the appropriate license, list the licensure area(s), and select Purdue University as the recommending institution.
We recommend that all initial instructional, administrative, and school services candidates wait to apply for their license until after program completion. Licenses are not issued prior to your graduation date.
If you have any questions regarding your application or if you want to verify that you have met all your requirements, please contact a licensing advisor in the Office of Professional Preparation and Licensure.
Candidates may request a letter of eligibility verifying pending licensing. The letter will be emailed as a PDF directly to the candidate. Please send the request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about teacher licensing at Purdue.
All candidates for an initial teaching license are required to satisfy the Basic Skills Competency Assessment, Pearson Content Test(s), and Developmental Pedagogy test requirements prior to licensing. For testing information and study materials, click here. Initial instructional candidates will be invited to attend a Teacher Licensing meeting the semester of their student teaching. Assistance will be given on the application process.
Get more information about applying for your teaching license from the Indiana Department of Education.
Purdue will make the recommendation for licensing after all coursework, grades and/or the degree have posted to the Purdue transcript and the Gate C or exit audit has been completed. This can take up to two weeks after graduation. Once the recommendation has been made by Purdue, the candidate will receive an email from the LVIS system. The license can then be downloaded and printed from the applicant’s LVIS account.
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