After graduation and throughout your career, if you move to another state, you will need to have the University and program in which you graduated, certify your graduation.
Each state has its own requirements. Presently and for the foreseeable future, the process is generally similiar. Most likely, you will have the registrar of the university send your transcript to the new state and with written consent by the person seeking certifiying, the Health and Rehabiliation Sciences (HRS) division/program director will either write a letter or complete a provided form certifying to the new state that you completed the program satisfactorily.
Often HRS will send completed forms directly to the board, but individual state procedures vary. In addition, the state in which you are licensed would be asked to verify your license to the new state.
Please use the school's faculty directory to locate the appropriate person within HRS to complete this information.