Find court reporter and stenography schools, training providers and programs throughout the U.S. using the state links below. Included on each state page you will find specific court reporting requirements and guidelines to become a court reporter in that state with details on the certifications needed (when required). Each page also contains salary and job statistics, school locations, career outlook details, and links to local associations and state Board of Reporting websites (when available).

Search to see if there is a physical school campus near you. Each court reporting school listing contains address, contact information, website URL, programs offered, degrees, diplomas and certificates available, accreditation details and more.

Some states have minimal schools and trainng facilities but remember, if there isn't a college campus in your area, you can always consider enrolling with an online court reporting school.  Get started today by browswing the listings below:


Court Reporting Schools by State

Each state can have their own specific requirements to work as a court reporter so it's important to research what stenography degrees or certificates may or may not be required, as well as speed requirements, and any other duties needed to officially practice court reporting in your state.  For example, some states require court reporters to have a notary license.

Visit our state pages above or our article library to find out how to become a court reporter and what degrees or certificates you may need (and anything else that may be required) in order to practice in each state.  Also learn about becoming a stenographer, working in broadcast captioning, webcasting, voice reporting, and other related career opportunities in this exciting and expanding field!



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