NOTE: To practice electrology in Nebraska, you must hold a NEBRASKA license. Nebraska does not license electrology establishments or electrology schools.
For details, please see the regulations and statutes. Also see the instructions on the application form.
In Nebraska, applicants for an initial license are required to take the NIC written examination which satisfies both written and practical examination requirements (there is NO hands-on practical exam).
PSI will administer the computer-based examination at sites in Nebraska as well as other locations throughout the United States.
For additional information, you may download a Candidate Information Bulletin regarding payment procedures, scheduling process, cancellation policy, examination locations, etc. at www.psiexams.com
Results: You will be given same-day results. The testing company will send an official score report to the Department. Within 5-10 days from receipt of the official score report, the department will notify applicants of licensure or denial.
Re-Testing: Applicants who are not successful in passing the examination may retake the exam using their current authorization letter until it expires. The applicant will be required to pay the examination fee for the computer-based examination each time the test is taken.
Renewal Dates and Number of CE Hours
Requirements: Please see the regulations.
To reinstate from either inactive or expired status, you must:
Application: To request a reinstatement application, contact the Licensure Unit at (402) 471-4920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DHHS Licensure Unit
PO Box 94986Lincoln NE 68509-4986
Nebraska State Office Building
301 Centennial Mall South
14th & M Streets, 3rd Floor
Lincoln NE 68508
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Closed federal holidays.