According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:
“Court reporters create word-for-word transcripts of speeches, conversations, legal proceedings, meetings, and other events. They play a critical role in legal proceedings and other meetings where it is important to have a record of exactly what was said. They are responsible for producing a complete, accurate, and secure legal record.
Demand for court reporter services will be influenced by new federal legislation requiring increased captioning for the Internet and other technologies. Reporters will increasingly be needed for captioning outside of legal proceedings. All new television programming will continue to need closed captioning, while broadcasters are adding closed captioning to their online programming in order to comply with new federal regulations.”
Classes start every twelve weeks and are generally limited in size to a 30:1 student/teacher ratio and labs are limited to a 20:1 ratio. The Court Reporting Institute Online faculty members are dedicated to academic achievement, to professional education, to individual attention, and to the preparation of students for their chosen careers.
Student Achievement Information
2010 ACICS Retention Benchmark: NA
2010 ACICS Retention Rate: NA
2010 ACICS Placement Benchmark: NA
2010 ACICS Placement Rate: NA
Federal 2010 On Time Grad Rate: NA
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Reg Fee: $100
Lab/Tech Fee: $750
Books & Supplies: $4,150
Transportation and Living Expenses
Room & Board (Dependent, living with parents): $399
Room & Board (Independent): $796
Room & Board (Military, receiving housing allowance): $399
Personal Expenses: $251