Information Regarding Testing Required for LicensureTesting Updates
If you have concerns or problems related to any examination or test required for application to one of Professional Registration's Boards, Commissions, Committees, or Office, please email those concerns to the testing entity related to your profession and to: email@example.com
Fresh Start Act
The Fresh Start Act, passed in 2021, gives an individual with a criminal record the right to petition a licensing authority for a determination of whether the individual's criminal record disqualifies them from licensure. The Act can be found in section 324.012, RSMo. If you wish to petition a licensing authority for a pre-licensure determination of your criminal record, please use this link for the petition form.
Amendment 2 Medical Marijuana
On November 06, 2018, Missourians approved an amendment allowing the use of medical marijuana for individuals with qualifying conditions set forth in the amendment's language. The Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) will facilitate all requirements related to medical marijuana including licensure under the new requirements. The effective date of the amendment is December 6, 2018 and DHSS has until June 6, 2019, to make the application forms available for individuals who wish to become qualifying patients and to begin accepting applications.
The Division of Professional Registration and its 41 licensing boards will follow Amendment 2 and its enabling regulations regarding medical marijuana for its licensees and applicants who are qualifying individuals.
The Division of Professional Registration and its 41 licensing boards will provide additional information as it becomes available from DHSS.