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Brown College of Court Reporting Data & Information Overview

Get the facts about Brown College of Court Reporting. Learn how it ranks, what majors it offers, how diverse it is, and much more. If you're interested in learning more about a particular stat, just click on its tile to go to a new page that covers the topic more in-depth. Also, you can jump to any section of this page by clicking one of the links below.

How Well Is Brown College of Court Reporting Ranked?

2021 Rankings

Overall Quality

Brown College of Court Reporting was not ranked in College Factual's Best Overall Colleges report this year. This may be because not enough data was available.

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Is It Hard to Get Into Brown College of Court Reporting?

Acceptance Rate

When it comes to admittance, Brown College of Court Reporting is somewhat selective. Its acceptance rate is 83%, which means you'll face some strong competition during the admissions process. Do what you can to make your application stand out.

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Brown College of Court Reporting Faculty

Student to Faculty Ratio

The student to faculty ratio at Brown College of Court Reporting is an impressive 12 to 1. That's quite good when you compare it to the national average of 15 to 1. This is a good sign that students at the school will have more opportunities for one-on-one interactions with their professors.

Percent of Full-Time Faculty

In addition to the student to faculty ratio, some people look at what percentage of faculty members are full-time as a sign of how much time professors will be able to spend with their students. This is because part-time teachers may not be be on campus as much as their full-time counterparts.

The full-time faculty percentage at Brown College of Court Reporting is 36%. This is lower than the national average of 47%.

Full-Time Faculty Percent  36 out of 100
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Retention and Graduation Rates at Brown College of Court Reporting

Freshmen Retention Rate

The freshmen retention rate of 100% tells us that most first-year, full-time students like Brown College of Court Reporting enough to come back for another year. This is a fair bit higher than the national average of 68%. That's certainly something to check off in the good column about the school.

Freshmen Retention Rate  100 out of 100
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100

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Brown College of Court Reporting Is Not Very Diverse

During the 2017-2018 academic year, there were 181 undergraduates at Brown College of Court Reporting with 36 being full-time and 145 being part-time.

Brown College of Court Reporting Diversity Score

When calculating the overall diversity score for a school, College Factual does not just look at the percentage of women and racial-ethnic minorities*. Instead, it looks to see how good of a mixture a school has with regard to gender, ethnicity, age, and location of origin.

With an overall score of 4.18 out of 100, Brown College of Court Reporting is one of the least diverse schools in the nation.

Overall Diversity Score  4.18 out of 100
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How Much Does Brown College of Court Reporting Cost?

The overall average net price of Brown College of Court Reporting is $31,420. The affordability of the school largely depends on your financial need since net price varies by income group.

The net price is calculated by adding tuition, room, board and other costs and subtracting financial aid.Note that the net price is typically less than the published for a school. For more information on the sticker price of Brown College of Court Reporting, see our tuition and fees and room and board pages.

Student Loan Debt

While almost two-thirds of students nationwide take out loans to pay for college, the percentage may be quite different for the school you plan on attending. At Brown College of Court Reporting, approximately 100% of students took out student loans averaging $5,485 a year. That adds up to $21,940 over four years for those students.

The student loan default rate at Brown College of Court Reporting is 10.0%. This is about the same as the national default rate of 10.1%.

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How Much Money Do Brown College of Court Reporting Graduates Make?

The pay for some majors is higher than others, but on average, students who graduate with a bachelor's degree from Brown College of Court Reporting make about $29,200 a year during their first few years of employment after graduation. This is about 27% less that the average pay for college graduates overall. However, graduates with your major may make more.

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Location of Brown College of Court Reporting

Brown College of Court Reporting is a private for-profit institution situated in Atlanta, Georgia. The surrounding area of the school is a good match for students who enjoy city life.

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Location of Brown College of Court Reporting

Contact details for Brown College of Court Reporting are given below.

Contact Details
Address: 1100 Spring Street, Suite 101, Atlanta, GA 30309
Phone: 404-876-1227
Website: www.bccr.edu

Brown College of Court Reporting Majors

Learn more about the majors offered at Brown College of Court Reporting along with which ones have the highest average starting salaries.

Online Learning at Brown College of Court Reporting

Online courses area a great option for busy, working students as well as for those who have scheduling conflicts and want to study on their own time. As time goes by, expect to see more and more online learning options become available.

In 2017-2018, 125 students took at least one online class at Brown College of Court Reporting. This is a decrease from the 145 students who took online classes the previous year.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 125 124
2016-2017 145 135
2015-2016 131 131
2014-2015 129 119
2013-2014 89 89

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Notes and References

Footnotes

*The racial-ethnic minorities count is calculated by taking the total number of students and subtracting white students, international students, and students whose race/ethnicity was unknown. This number is then divided by the total number of students at the school to obtain the racial-ethnic minorities percentage.

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