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Bureau of Credentialing

The New Hampshire Department of Education Bureau of Credentialing administers established rules to evaluate the applications of candidates for a credential.

Due to construction,  as of August 16th, 2021 the New Hampshire Department of Education’s Division of Educator Support and Higher Education Bureau of Credentialing office will be relocated to the Granite State College Building in Concord, NH.  All operations will continue as usual.

  • Our USPS mailing address remains 101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301. 

  • Carrier deliveries (FedEx, UPS, etc) must be addressed to 21 S. Fruit Street, Concord, NH 03301. 

You can continue to upload your documentation via your myNHDOE account.  Please use the Credentialing Knowledge Base/Help Desk link below for assistance.  Thank you for your patience.



Educator Search

All holders of a currently active NH license.


How to obtain a Credential

Credentialing is responsible for the initial licensure and renewal of all licensed credential holders from Superintendents through paraeducators.


Credentialing Knowledge Base/Help Desk

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Applicants:  Visit to learn how to become credentialed, apply, submit documentation, and contact a Credentialing specialist for assistance.

Employers:  Visit to obtain information on hiring options, endorsement requirements, Professional Development Master Plans and contact a Credentialing specialist for assistance with the Educator Information System (EIS), hiring guidance, and technical questions regarding Credentialing Procedures/Rules/Laws.


myNHDOE - Credentialing Application

Create an account or log in to access your DOE systems, including the Educator Information System (EIS).


Administrative Rules

Recommended by the NH Professional Standards Board and approved by the State Board of Education, these rules govern PK-12 educational staff credentialing. All professionals employed in New Hampshire public schools must possess the appropriate credential for an assignment if required.

Adoption, Amendment or Repeal of Rules


We are also responsible for the investigation of credential holders involved in acts of misconduct.

For questions about the Code of Ethics/Code of Conduct, or to make a report: Credential Holder Misconduct.




Credentialing Knowledge Base/Help Desk

Professional Educator Preparation Programs

New Hampshire Department of Education
101 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301-3852
(603) 271-2409