Thank you for your interest in attending the College of Court Reporting. Our admissions' staff is here to help the admissions' process go as smoothly as possible. Please follow the steps below to apply for admission to the college. If you have any questions during this process, please call our admissions staff at (866) 294-3974.
All applicants must show evidence of high school graduation and exhibit a serious attitude toward training in the career area offered by this institution. No qualified applicant will be refused based on age, race, creed, or sex. Prospective students are invited to attend admission/financial aid open houses, which are held periodically. Prospective students should call the college to make an appointment with the admissions office.
Student Identity Verification Policy:
Students are required to provide a copy of a government-issued photo ID prior to enrollment that is kept on file. Students are required to meet with a mentor who administers skills evaluations periodically through the program and verifies the students identity. Additionally, teachers can randomly request at the beginning of any required class for a student to turn on his or camera for identity verification. Teachers notfiy the administration when these checks are made. The pictures from the class recordings are compared to those on file.
Student privacy will be protected. Students and mentors sign contracts that identify each party. Students only meet with their mentors who identify them as the student or not. Each syllabus contains the following statement: In order to protect student privacy, the College of Court Reporting will authenticate that the student who registered for this course is the student completing all of the requirements and earning the credits for this course. Personal information about a student will never be shared during the ID verification process.
1. Complete the form below.
2. Pay your $50 registration fee. The registration fee may be paid by check or Visa/MasterCard over the phone.
3. If you are considering having coursework transfer from other previously attended colleges and/or universities, you must notify the other schools and have an official transcript sent to the College of Court Reporting. Our mailing address is 455 West Lincolnway, Valparaiso, IN 46385.
4. Complete one of the following Admissions Surveys. These surveys allows instructors to assess whether additional instruction is needed in technical support, English, and phonics. These surveys must be completed and included in each student’s file at the college. Depending upon what program you are enrolling in, please choose from one of the following:
5. Download and print the Enrollment Application. Please note that each program has its own application.
6. Download and print the Enrollment Contract. Please note that each program has its own contract.
7. Students interested in enrolling and in need of academic adjustment or auxiliary aids are urged to notify the Director of Admissions by submitting this form at the time of admittance.