Notary Public


Notary Public Education

($70 + apx. $28.25 text)
This class is required for individuals interested in obtaining a North Carolina commission as a notary public. The purpose of a notary is to prevent fraud and forgery. Learn what you may and may not do as a notary public. Students must be 18 years of age or legally emancipated; speak, read, and write English; possess a high school diploma or equivalent; and live or work in the state. Any person who has been convicted of a felony under North Carolina or federal law is prohibited from holding public office including the office of Notary Public. You must bring photo ID with you to class. A textbook is required and will be available for purchase at the first class.

*To register for classes in Archdale, please call 336-328-1750.*

*To register for classes in Asheboro, please call 336-633-0268.*

Asheboro, CEIC 103
76192 - 9A-4:30P, S, 8/7/21
76177 - 9A-4:30P, F, 8/13/21
76178 - 9A-4:30P, F, 9/10/21
76194 - 9A-4:30P, S, 9/11/21
76179 - 9A-4:30P, F, 10/1/21
76195 - 9A-4:30P, S, 10/2/21
76180 - 9A-4:30P, F, 11/5/21
76196 - 9A-4:30P, S, 11/6/21
76181 - 9A-4:30P, F, 12/3/21
76197 - 9A-4:30P, S, 12/4/21
Archdale Center ($70 + apx. $28.25 text)

76315 - 6-10P, MW, 9/13/21 & 9/15/21
76316 - 6-10P, MW, 11/8/21 & 11/10/21

eNotary Public Education

This course will instruct existing Notaries in newly legislated procedures required to exercise electronic notarial acts as set forth by the N.C. Secretary of State. You must hold a valid commission as a N.C. Notary Public. The course will cover the N.C. E-Notary Act, eligibility and registration, E-Notary processes, technology solutions and providers (you will get hands-on practice), ethics regarding E-Notarizations, consequences of misconduct, security standards, best practices, and departmental recommendations. The following must be with you in order to take the final exam: notary number, photo ID (Driver’s license) and email address. Book is included in the cost of the class.

No classes scheduled at this time.



Continuing Education Refund Policy

Occupational Extension:  A student who officially withdraws from an extension class prior to the first class meeting will be eligible for a 100 percent refund. Also, a student is eligible for a 100 percent refund if an applicable class fails to “make” due to insufficient enrollment. After the class begins, a 75 percent refund shall be made upon the request of the student if the student officially withdraws from the class prior to or on the 10 percent point of the scheduled hours of the class. Students should see their instructor for further details. No refunds will be made after the 10 percent point, even though the student may not have attended all classes up to that point.

Self-Supporting & Community Service: No refunds shall be made for self-supporting or community service classes after start date of class.