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Directions for Checking if License is Expired

Lifetime Licenses Created

Important Notice

As required in the 2017-18 state budget, conversion of current Professional and Master Educator licenses to Lifetime licenses is complete.  If you wish to print a copy of your Lifetime license, please follow the four numbered steps below:

  1. Access your ELO Account
  2. Navigate to the “Manage Your Existing Licenses” section of the Quick Start Menu
  3. Choose “Print license certificate” from the drop down menu and click “Go!”
  4. Based on your browser’s default behavior, a file will be available for you to open or download.

If you are unsure of which license record you need to renew this year, refer to the “License Information” column on the right-hand side of the Quick Start Menu. 

Click each “Show Details” button on the License Information rows.


By doing this, you can see which licenses expire in which years. 


In almost all cases, you will want to apply under the license record that is expiring in the current year.  Under License Information, find the license number of the license that is expiring this year.  Then, under Manage Your Existing Licenses, locate the license record with the corresponding license.  You will want to <Choose Transaction> from the same box as that license number.

In the example below, assume we are in the year 2017 and you wish to renew your expiring administrator license.  In this case, you can see one of the two five-year administrator licenses is expiring in 2017 and one expired in 2007. In the License Information boxes, you would want to find the license number of the administrator license expiring in 2017 (2001019050) to find the right administrator license record in Manage Your Existing Licenses to choose a transaction from (the second green box).