Brunswick County ROD


General Information

In North Carolina the Secretary of State regulates and defines Notary Public policy. Anyone wishing to become a notary must meet the requirements established by N.C. General Statute 10-B, attend and pass a course at a Community College, and be administered an oath in the Register of Deeds office.


Notary oaths are administered in our office from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, except holidays. No appointment is necessary. The fee is $10.00 cash, money order, or certified check (no personal checks). If you have any questions call 910-253-2430 or toll free 877-625-9310.


Please visit the Secretary of State's Notary webpage for more information on how to become a notary, notary laws, forms, and contact information.

Additional Information

The Notary Public Guidebook is available at the UNC School of Government.

Please contact Brunswick Community College for time and date of classes.