About the Colorado Notary Course

Only $25.00

This Colorado notary course is approved by the Colorado Secretary of State as a prerequisite to becoming a notary or renewing your Colorado notary commission. It meets or exceeds Colorado notary education law requirements. This course outlines in an easy and practical format everything a Colorado notary needs to know to pass the Colorado notary exam and serve the public with a standard of excellence while following the established sound notary practices and Colorado notary laws.

Once you register, you will have immediate access to our easy-to-read and user-friendly state-approved Colorado notary course. You have the option of completing the Colorado notary course in one sitting, or you may complete the course at your own pace for as long as 90 days. You can print your course certificate of completion after you complete the course. You will need the course certificate to apply for a Colorado notary commission.

Free Membership to AAN

But that's not all... For a limited time only, we are offering a one-year membership to the American Association of Notaries at no additional cost to you and with no obligation to renew. That's a $19.00 value just for signing up for our Colorado course! By becoming a member of the American Association of Notaries, you will have complete access to our Members' Only log-in area, a notary e-journal, your own professional webpage, law updates, discounts on notary supplies, a rewards program, and educational newsletters. And that's not all; We also have notary professionals standing by to answer all of your notary questions.

Money Back Guarantee

Finally, if you are not completely satisfied with our Colorado Notary Course, just let us know. We have a "no questions asked" money back guarantee... but trust us, you won't need it! Click here to sign up for the Colorado notary course.

How to become a Notary in Colorado?

  1. Complete a state-approved Colorado notary course
  2. Register for and pass the State of Colorado online notary exam
  3. Complete your new or renewing Colorado notary application

Notary bonds and errors and omissions insurance policies provided by this insurance agency, American Association of Notaries, Inc., are underwritten by Western Surety Company, Universal Surety of America, or Surety Bonding Company of America, which are subsidiaries of CNA Surety.