Court reporting is a great major for anyone looking to have a successful and rewarding career. Court reporting is more often than not offered as an associates degree. Find the best court reporter schools below with our complete list.
Since court reporting is offered as an associates degree, it will only take 2 years to complete the program. Many court reporter schools are community colleges and other 2-year colleges – although there are some 4-year schools that offer court reporting.
We created this list to help students easily find and compare all court reporter schools. Sometimes it is hard to find colleges that offer this program – hopefully this list helps you find and compare various court reporting programs.
Our lists includes the following metrics:
- Total Enrollment
- Acceptance Rate
- ACT 25th Percentile Score
- ACT 75th Percentile Score
- In-State Tuition
- Out-of-State Tuition
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Complete List of Court Reporter Schools
|wdt_ID||Institution Name||Total Enrollment||In-State Tuition||State||Out-of-State Tuition||ACT 25th %||ACT 75th %||Acceptance Rate|
|1||Alvin Community College||5,573||2,208||Texas||3,360|
|2||Anoka Technical College||1,844||5,159||Minnesota||5,159|
|3||Brown College of Court Reporting||181||12,450||Georgia||12,450||100|
|6||Clark State Community College||5,704||3,176||Ohio||6,352|
|7||College of Court Reporting Inc||150||9,000||Indiana||9,000|
|8||College of Marin||5,026||1,380||California||9,600|
|9||Community College of Allegheny County||16,086||6,960||Pennsylvania||10,440|
|10||Cuyahoga Community College District||23,440||4,322||Ohio||8,136|
Now that you know of every school that offers court reporting, it is time to make an informed decision. Think about what is most important to you – if money is most important, try to pick a program that is offered in-state so you can save a bunch of money.
Court reporting can be a very exciting and rewarding career. For only two years of schooling, this is a program many individuals should look into.
All data for this list was gathered from National Center for Education Statistics.