If you are ready to learn more about the opportunities a career in court reporting can offer you, please contact our Director, Joyce Kussad.
Our Director will answer your questions, take you on a tour of our school and explain our application process.
The next class will begin January
Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
-Schedule a campus visit.
Once you have met with the Director and you both agree this is the program for you, the next step is to enroll. You will need the following to enroll:
-Copy of high school or GED diploma or official transcript. Transfer students should submit college transcripts.
-Social security card
Applicants will also be required to take a typing exam. The typing exam will be given during the enrollment process. Students who have two or more years of college are exempt from all English classes except English for Court Reporters. Credit may be awarded for any classes which correspond to the classes listed in the catalog. An official college transcript must be presented for credit in academics.
During the enrollment process, the Director will answer any additional questions not covered during the Interview process, and provide orientation about rules and regulations, grading policies, attendance requirements, required prep work, advising and other student services.
Enrollment Registration Fee - $100
One quarter tuition - $2500
Tuition for 3 years - estimated length of the program for excellent attendance and a minimum of two hours practice each day outside of class - $30,000
If it takes longer to complete the program than three years, tuition is charged quarterly at $2500/quarter. Texas Refund Policy ends at three years (3000 clock hours).
Since court reporting is skill-based, it is impossible to predict the exact length of the program
This is a self-paced program once theory is completed. There is no guarantee of the length of the program.
What affects the length of the program for each student?
Attendance, two or more hours of practice outside of class per day; review of theory book monthly; practicing on finger drills; emotional support from family members; and a great can-do attitude!