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The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy exists to promote, preserve, and protect the public health, safety, and welfare by fostering the safe distribution of pharmaceuticals and the provision of quality pharmaceutical care to the citizens of Minnesota.

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NEW! Online Services for Licensing and Registration

The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy has implemented a NEW online platform for services such as license application and renewals for prospective and current registrants.

The new site is now open to the following license/ registration types for account creation:

  • Pharmacist
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Pharmacy Intern
  • Manufacturer renewal
  • Wholesale drug distributor renewal
  • Pharmacy renewal

Prior to initiating an application or renewal, a person will be required to register for an account.

Facility Licensees:
Individual Licensees/Registrants:
  • Existing Licensees/ Registrants: Use the link to access the licensing platform. Register as a "LICENSEE." (TIP SHEET - Established for step-by-step instructions)
  • Individuals not now or previously registered with the Board: Use the link, Register as a "NEW USER." (TIP SHEET - New for step-by-step instructions)

NEW! Online Verification Link

This service is for the verification of the license/registration status of pharmacists, interns, technicians, pharmacies, drug wholesalers, drug manufacturers, third party logistic providers, medical gas dispensers, and controlled substance researchers. 

The Board of Pharmacy’s online disciplinary history is temporarily unavailable. To inquire about discipline on a licensee or registrant, please email Board staff at This message will be updated once disciplinary history is restored within License/Registration Search

ATTENTION - Change in Fees

Per law enacted during the 2023 Regular Session, effective July 1, 2023, licensing Fees in Minnesota have changed. (Minnesota Statutes Sect. 152.065)  See the MN Licensure Fees Chart

Beginning June 1, 2023, any credit or debit card processing fees incurred by online payments will be the responsibility of the applicant.

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