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Financial Information

Court Reporting Institute of Kansas City

Fees

  • New Student Enrollment Fee (Day or Night)  – $100 (Non-Refundable)
  • Withdrawal Fee – $50
  • Re-entry Fee – $100
  • Return Payment Fee (NSF) – $20

Tuition

Theory Program
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$1,870
Total Program*
$295 / Month
$1,770 / Semester^
Theory Program ONLINE
$1,954
Total Program*
$309 / Month
$1,854 / Semester^
Speedbuilding Program
$9,000
Total Program*
$375 / Month
$2.250 / Semester^
$4.500 / Year
(24 months)
Speedbuilding ONLINE
$9,336
Total Program*
$389 / Month
$2.334 / Semester^
$4.668 / Year
(24 months)

CRIKC graduates who are approaching state and national testing dates and wish to continue with the program, may do so on a month-to-month basis at $200 per month.

* Total Program payment ultimately may vary by student, depending on whether the student completes earlier or later than the scheduled program length.

^ A semester is six (6) months.

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available through TFC Tuition Funding. TFC Tuition Funding is able to offer students flexible and affordable programs for tuition and equipment.

TFC Tuition Financing

Download the Application here.

Payment Options

The financial period of obligation for all students is six (6) months, or one semester. At the time of initial enrollment into the Program and at six month intervals thereafter, students may select or re-select a specific payment plan.
Once a student has completed Theory, the tuition rate will adjust to the Speedbuilding rate.

Students may select one of the following payment plans:

  • Monthly – Student pays monthly via automatic debit from bank account or credit card. A $5.00 processing fee is added to the base tuition rate for this service. Any payments returned for insufficient funds (NSFs) will be assessed a $20.00 fee.
  • Semester – Student pays for the entire six month semester at the base tuition rate. Payment is due no later than the first scheduled class day of the semester.

CRIKC is approved for funding by the following associations:

  • Kansas Commission of Veteran Affairs, SAA
  • Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Method for Collecting Delinquent Tuition and/or Monies Owed

Any delinquent tuition or monies owed the school are collected by the Institute Director who contacts the student personally.