Brown College of Court Reporting prepares students for an exciting career in court reporting. Learn from our dedicated and highly experienced faculty through online or day and evening classroom courses. Our low student-to-teacher ratio means you’ll receive the personalized attention you need to successfully complete our rigorous program of study. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
Why choose Brown College for a career in court reporting?
- Brown College is currently the only National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) certified court reporting program in the state of Georgia.
- Flexible full-time and part-time schedule offered day, evening, and online.
- You can explore stenography and voice writing to decide which method is the best fit for you.
- Our rigorous program is taught by some of the leading faculty in the industry; many with court reporting experience.
- Our local and national reputation for excellence is one of the many reasons 98 percent of our graduates are employed in their field of study.
- Our average class size ranges from 8 to 20 students which means you build strong relationships with our faculty and your fellow students.
- Career services are available for our graduates.
- Court reporters enjoy high earning potential. The National Court Reporters Association estimates that the median annual salary for professional court reporters is $60,000.Benefit from Brown’s more than 40 years of experience training students.
- Brown College is a member of Alpha Beta Kappa National Honor Society.
- The campus is centrally located in Midtown.
- Brown College is a member of the Better Business Bureau.
Contact our Admission Office to learn more about how our degree programs can help you find a rewarding career within the growing industry of court reporting. Your future career is waiting. Contact us today at 800-849-0703.