Court Reporting is a for-profit college located in Hobart, Indiana in the Chicago Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 106 undergraduate students. The Court Reporting acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Legal Administrative Assistant and Legal Studies. Graduating 16% of students, Court Reporting alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,500.
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The College of Court Reporting is one of the best schools I have ever attended. They are invested in their students and go above and beyond to help them every step of the way. They have developed their own software and I think it is the future of court reporting school. There should be no reason that a student cannot be successful at this school. I wish the tuition was a little more affordable, but you really do get what you pay for.
Learning stenography is extremely hard, but the teachers have provided the students with the tools to help us get through the program. There is not a moment where my time is wasted. Someone is always available to help me if I need something answered or to provide suggestions. The school is setup in a way that I can get information to help myself so I can continue to practice when a teacher is not around. I have more than enough material to help me along the way. I transferred into this school and this school is a million times better than my last. If I were to do it over again, I would have started with my current school from the beginning.
An online student has to be especially disciplined since it is so easy to become easy distracted in the home environment. Being a former classroom teacher for 15 years, I understand completely how much easier it is to be held accountable when you are face to face with an instructor. Uniquely though, CCR doesn't let less-disciplined students fall through the cracks. If an instructor reaches out to an online student and does not see progress, a mentor gets involved. All students creates and closely adheres to a personalized time management plan where they can log hours and have their instructors monitor their completion of tasks. Also, online students have multiple ways to interact with each other via forums, online chat rooms, video chat rooms etc.