Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 1900 Emery Street, NW, Suite 200
Phone: (800) 849-0703
Brown College of Court Reporting was established in 1972 by Forrest M. Brown in Atlanta, GA. The college has grown its educational programs to meet the changing needs of the court reporting industry.
By graduating high quality specialists, high placement rate and strong reputation within the industry, Brown College has grown to become a leader in court reporting education.
The college is the only National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) approved court reporting program in the state of Georgia.
Stenography students can choose between campus or online classes. This provides learners with the flexibility they need to work, care for their families or pursue their dream of becoming a court reporter. Brown College online classes are delivered via a collaborative education platform that engages the student and concentrates on student success.
Online learning requires highly self-motivation and strong organizational skills. Live online classes are designed to provide students with the interaction they would receive in a classroom setting. Students can participate in discussions, ask questions and get to know their peers. Online students also have access to the same services as those who take classes on campus.
Brown College offers a wide range of benefits including: flexible, career-focused programs; industry-experienced instructors; small class sizes for personalized attention; financial assistance for those who qualify.
Brown College strives to be a leader among court reporting educational institutions. It will prepare students for success in the professional positions they assume after graduation by providing them with a strong educational foundation and access to the most advanced court reporting techniques and technologies.
The college prepares students for an exciting career in court reporting. Students are taught from the dedicated and highly experienced faculty through online or day and evening classroom courses. Students receive the personalized attention they need to successfully complete their rigorous programs of study. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.