Open Enrollment for Court Reporting Certification Programs Offered Through Union County College

The School of Court Reporting will hold open enrollment for NJ court reporter degree programs at Union County College on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at the brand new Elizabeth Campus.

Marlton, NJ, January 15, 2010 --( The School of Court Reporting, a leading provider of court reporting certification programs, will hold an open enrollment for Union County College on Wednesday, January 20th.

The open enrollment will be held from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Those interested in enrolling in court reporting certification programs can visit room K217 of the brand new Kellogg Building, located at the Elizabeth Campus.

According to Patricia Falls, owner of The School of Court Reporting, offering open enrollment at Union County College will enable students to learn more about the career, about the many rewards the career offers, and the high- earning potential they could achieve with a court reporting degree.

“The strong demand for individuals holding court reporter certifications, coupled with the high job placement rate of our graduates, presents an exciting opportunity for students to gain significant career momentum by earning a court reporter degree,” Falls explains. “We look forward to opening our doors to these students who wish to attend Union County College, and offer them court reporter certification courses that match their unique schedules and lifestyles.”

In addition to holding open enrollment, Falls emphasizes that The School of Court Reporting offers open houses every Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. at their main campus in Marlton, New Jersey.

“We encourage those interested in pursuing a court reporter degree to stop by the main campus or to give us a call anytime to find out about our certification programs,” she says.

For more information about how to begin a rewarding career in court reporting, please visit The School of Court Reporting at or call 856-988-0800.

About The School Of Court Reporting
Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Marlton, New Jersey, The School of Court Reporting offers full and part-time day and evening classes in court reporting skills and procedures.

With on-site court reporting certification programs lasting for approximately 25 months, The School of Court Reporting also offers an Accelerated Education Program and online courses that can be completed in 18 months. In addition to traditional court reporter degrees, The School of Court Reporting provides training to support the expanding role of court reporting to include Closed Captioning, CART services for the hearing impaired, scoping, transcribing, and more.

For more information about The School of Court Reporting, call 866.753.3664 or visit

The School of Court Reporting
Patricia Falls