A question that we receive a lot is "How much does it cost to become a notary in Colorado?"
The answer to this question isn't as simple as it might sound since there are a lot of different variables involved.
Add the following items to find out how much it costs to become a Colorado notary public:
- The cost of the required Colorado notary training course. Our course is approved by the Colorado Secretary of State.
- The cost to apply to the State. Note that the State suggests that training vendors NOT quote this price so we're following the State's directions by asking you to look for this fee on its website.
- The cost of your supplies (e.g., seal/stamp and journal). This is the part that can really vary depending on what types of supplies you purchase.
So how much does it cost to become a notary in Colorado?
The answer is it depends.
Since these prices can change and depend on the quality or quantity of the notary supplies that you decide to buy, it's hard for us to know the exact price.
However, it's pretty safe to say that the total cost for becoming a new Colorado notary public should be around or under $90. That includes this training course, your state application fee, and all of the required supplies.
Note that this total cost could be lower depending on your own choices. You might not be planning on notarizing a lot of documents so you might decide to purchase low quality supplies. You might not need the best notary stamp or notary journal.
The cost might also be higher if you are going to notarize frequently and choose premium supplies (like a better quality stamp or journal), other training courses, or a notary training course packaged with notary supplies.