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freeclass2Enrollment Open: Open Enrollment for 2020 has begun. CCR starts new theory classes every 5 weeks.  New theory and speedbuilding transfer/returning students may enroll for the following are upcoming start dates: November 16, 2020, January 11, 2021, February 22, 2021, April 5, 2021, May 17, 2021, and July 12, 2021.  To get started, visit our Admissions Page.  

 

freeclass2Free NCRA DiscoverSteno™ A to Z™ ProgramCollege of Court Reporting is proud to offer the NCRA A to Z™ Program!  Throughout the year, CCR hosts a free informational program to court reporting called the NCRA DiscoverSteno™ A to Z™. This informational program will cover the importance of court reporting and realtime professions, the history of court reporting, the value of skill and academic courses, the career paths, and the tools for success. If you would like to be considered for participation in this free program and have a member of our team contact you, please complete the following link:  Free Course Signup

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Need a Reporter?

Employers, are you looking for reporters?

Natalie Kijurna, our Director of Alumni & Employer Relations, is happy to assist you with a job posting or searching for candidates that fit your employment needs.

Email: natalie.kijurna@ccr.edu
Phone: 866-294-3974 Ext: 229

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Online Distance Learning

It used to be that the only way to earn your degree and become a court reporter, captioner, or CART reporter was to spend hours sitting in a traditional classroom. But things have changed, and the College of Court Reporting is delivering the classroom over the Internet, directly to you, wherever and whenever you want. Whether for love of learning, career advancement, or personal satisfaction, you can earn your associate degree through CCR's fully accredited online court reporting program.  CCR is a​ccredited by the ​Distance Education Accrediting Commision (DEAC) to offer its court reporting program​s​ through distance learning via the Internet.  Learn More...

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