Welcome to our HVAC school directory center! On the right-hand side of this page, you’ll find a list of U.S. states. You can click on a state to view a directory of schools in that state that offer HVAC training programs.
When you get to the state page, at the top you’ll see an introductory explanation of the directory, starting with the number of schools we found in that state. There’s also a bit of information about the school stats.
After the stats information, we offer some useful advice on how to find the best school for you. Basically, you contact the schools and talk to the HVAC people at each one. It’s a pretty simple process.
Next comes the directory itself, starting with the least expensive schools and moving on to more pricey ones as you go down.
For each school, we provide you the full name and contact information.
We highlight a couple of items that you’re probably most interested in.
The first highlighted item is Net Price Per Year – the total cost of a year of tuition for a full-time, first-time undergrad, after you subtract any grant aid you might get. You’ll see the title NET PRICE PER YEAR in all caps the same as here, and the price itself is highlighted in yellow.
The second item we highlight for you is the Cohort Default Rate – the percentage of recent grads who are in default on (can’t pay back) their student loans.
This percentage gives you an idea of how successful the graduates of that school are at finding jobs that pay enough so they can keep up their loan payments. If the percentage is overly high, it shows up in a heavy red font to alert you.
Some schools don’t have this percentage. It may be unavailable, or it may not apply to these schools.
Last but not least, for each school we provide a list of the programs that this school offers. Click on this program list and you’ll link to the school’s HVAC Web page or else to an HVAC program document that you can view. We put together these program links to help you get started. Now you can find out more from the schools themselves.