Denver Academy of Court Reporting provides training in court reporting and a variety of reporting professions from its main campus at Denver,Colorado. It is the only institution in Wyoming, Nebraska, Utah, Montana and Colorado to have been accredited by National Court Reporters Association. It is owned by Stenograph LLC which has been providing IT solutions for court reporting since 1978. The institute provides day and evening courses keeping in mind the convenience of the students. On completion, students find employment as Communication Access Realtime (CART) provider or as judicial reporters in courtroom settings or as broadcast captioners from home. The academy has a low teacher to students ratio and provides a rent to own program that allows students to purchase equipment at the Institute. Students who have already graduated can use the facilities or the educational services for their entire lifetime.
Course Details: Spring ( from beginning of April to end of June)
Summer ( from beginning of July to end of September)
Fall ( from beginning of October to end of December)
Winter ( from beginning of January to end of March)
Denver Academy of Court Reporting offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in Court and Realtime Reporting. Several types of financial aid like federal grants and other are available at this institute. There are typically four semesters during which this course is held. The four semesters are:
The college provides advanced technology which helps in skill building of the students. Some of the technology available on the campus are:
CART and captioning technology laboratory
Stenograph university online
Students who will apply to Denver Academy of Court Reporting must have a high school diploma or degree or should have completed the GED program. The admissions process includes a meeting with an Admissions Representative and a tour of the facility. This can be scheduled online. Transfer of credits from another institutes are accepted. If the credits are in shorthand related knowledge, the student has to take a DACR approved test in three dictation categories like the JC, Literary and Q&A. The previous institute must be a NACR approved institution.
The Denver Academy of Court Reporting is an institute with specific resources and academic goals. Hence the college does not provide accommodation facilities to the students. Most students who study here are from the local community. Outstation candidates generally rent rooms/apartments nearby.
Denver Academy of Court Reporting:Main campus
9051 Harlan Street, Unit #20
Westminster, Colorado 80031