Contact with questions about:
For most states/jurisdictions, all issues related to eligibility
and results are handled by the relevant board of pharmacy. A listing of
board of pharmacy contacts is available on the NABP website.
If you are seeking licensure in an NABP eligibility service
state (Arizona, Colorado, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina,
Oregon, Rhode Island, and/or Utah), contact NABP Customer Engagement.
Person VUE Customer Service
Information about the following topics is provided in this Bulletin and on the NABP website, www.nabp.pharmacy, in the Programs and Help sections. After reviewing these resources, if you still have questions, use the information below to contact NABP.
For AZ, CO, KY, LA, ME, MI, NC, NE, OR, RI, and/or UT onlyEmail: email@example.com
If you are seeking licensure in any other jurisdiction, contact the board of pharmacy.
NABP Customer EngagementPhone: 847/391-4406 (Monday–Friday, 9 am–5 pm)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NABP constantly evaluates the examinations and, therefore, is open to and appreciative of your constructive comments. Immediately after your examination ends, any comment or complaint about any matter related to the examinations can be made in the comment section of the exit survey. You may also send your comments about the test center or questions on your examination via mail to NABP at 1600 Feehanville Dr, Mount Prospect, IL 60056, or via email at email@example.com.
NABP examinations are administered under strict security measures, and information on suspected examination misconduct or irregularities, acts of unethical behavior, and breaches of security can be reported to NABP through the website or by contacting Customer Engagement. Incidents that compromise the content of any NABP examinations can be submitted anonymously, or to further discuss the incident with NABP staff, include personal contact information when submitting the report. Reports of suspected misconduct or irregularities are treated confidentially and are fully investigated in support of NABP’s commitment to ensuring the integrity and reliability of its examinations.