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Court Reporting Institute


The Court Reporting Institute offers a variety of short-terms programs, including an associate degree in court reporting, at its campus in St. Louis, Missouri. An online program is also available, giving students the opportunity to complete all of their learning completely through web-based learning. Ultimately, whether taken on-campus or online, the school's associate degree in court reporting program aims to help students develop a shorthand speed of 225 words a minute and typing speed of 50 net words per minute. It also provides important skills in English grammar and punctuation, but also in legal and medical terminology as well as anatomy, psychology, speech and even courtroom procedures. Students pursuing the degree, whether on-campus or online, can expect to complete it in about 120 weeks.

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  • Associate of occupational studies degree in court reporting
  • Day and evening programs
  • Diploma in legal assisting
  • Center for Career Training & Professional Development
  • New program in voice writing
  • Opportunities to order and sell court-reporting textbooks online


Staff at The Court Reporting Institute works to assist students in their academic development by providing them with relevant knowledge and friendly guidance as well as career-pertinent information. In fact, their focus is to provide the type of real-world details and training that will be beneficial when they seek a job upon graduation and have practical application in the courtroom.

Student Life

At the St. Louis-based program, students will find an academic learning environment that is both productive and interactive. Industry-standard learning tools are provided to help students achieve their academic goals. They can also find a school store, textbook services and even exit counseling. Students pursuing an on-campus education will have a one-week break between each class, which are twelve-weeks each. A new term starts every 13 weeks, providing multiple opportunities to enroll throughout the year.


  1. Associate of Occupational Studies in Court Reporting, Court Reporting Institute. http://www.cri.edu/online-court-reporting-degree.asp
  2. Court Reporting Institutes, Court Reporting Institute, http://www.cri.edu/
  3. Start Dates, Open Houses and Other Events, Court Reporting Institute. http://www.cri.edu/calendar.asp
  4. Vatterott, Vatterott Educational Centers, Inc. http://www.vatterott.edu/textbook-services.asp

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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