Montana Board of Nursing

Our services are available through remote delivery.  We are available to assist customers through our online public portal at EBIZ.MT.GOV/POL. For other services, please contact us via email at DLIBSDWEBHELP@MT.GOV or by phone (406) 841-2300.

Welcome to the Montana Board of Nursing

The Montana Board of Nursing is pleased to share with you the licensing and regulatory information for nursing licensees. Within this website you will find information on what is needed to become licensed, verify who is already licensed, and learn the statutory and regulatory requirements if you are licensed. You can also learn of board meetings and agenda topics and view frequently asked questions.

*Potential Board of Nursing Scam Alert*

Recently, the Department of Labor and Industry was notified of a licensee being contacted by someone projecting to be calling from the Board of Nursing, demanding to speak to the licensee urgently regarding a Board investigation of their license.  Please be aware the Board will never let a licensee know of an investigation in this manner.  If you want to verify contact by someone reaching out from the Board or the Department of Labor and Industry, please call 406-841-2300.  If you are contacted by someone stating they are from the Board of Nursing or the Department of Labor and Industry but you have not received written communication indicating this, please report the contact to your local law enforcement officials.

  • Montana has been a member of the NLC since 2015 and has been issuing multistate compact licenses to nurses who meet the Uniform Licensure Requirements for a multistate license since that time.

    If you hold a Montana RN or LPN license and want to know if your license is a multistate license, you can look your license up at Montana’s Licensee Lookup and Nursys using the QuickConfirm option.

    Compact license information, including where you can practice with a multistate license and what to do when changing residence, can be found at

    For more information about the NLC, including FAQs and other resources, please visit

  • Are you a nurse employer looking for a way to easily track your employed nurses' license expiration dates?  The Board hosted a webinar on Thursday, February 11, 2021 to provide an overview of a free solution available through Nursys.  You can view the recording here:


    Contact information is provided at the end, or reach out to for more information.

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