licensure disclaimer 

Graduation from the Pharmacy Technician program does not guarantee the ability to obtain a Utah state license to practice as a Pharmacy Technician. Licensure is the exclusive right and responsibility of each state. In order to practice as a Pharmacy Technician, students must satisfy individual state requirements, independent of SLCC graduation requirements. It is highly recommended that students consult in advance with the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL), or similar agencies in other states, to find out more about eligibility for licensure. DOPL can be reached at 801- 530-6628 or at their website. Pharmacy Technician licensure information is available here.

Licensing regulations are determined by individual State Boards of Pharmacy. Be sure to check publication dates to assure you are viewing the most recent published document or regulation for the state where you are pursuing licensure. In addition, please recognize that there may be additional state requirements for licensure not outlined in this document. In addition to the requirements listed below, applicants may be asked to submit criminal background checks or fingerprinting, pay licensure fees or other certification fees, abide by codes of conduct, or meet other requirements not outlined in this document

For state-specific Pharmacy Technician licensure information, please click here.