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We found 6 schools in our database that offer HVAC training programs in Nebraska! We've listed them below. The cost data is what we found going to their websites in 2014, but it may change over time, so make sure to confirm it when you talk to the school. We will try and keep it up to date!
"Cohort Default Rate" is a statistic you will see listed for many schools. It's a measure the US Department of Education uses that basically represents what percent of the school's recent graduates are currently in default on their student loans. There's more info on that here.
You should make sure to contact at least a few different schools and talk to the people in charge of the HVAC program. You never know which one you may end up liking best, and the schools themselves can tell you much more about their programs than a site like ours can. We're just here to help you get started. Good luck!
3134 West Hwy 34
Grand Island, Nebraska 68802
13.2%Cohort Default Rate:
30 & Fort Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68111
$1,272 to $5,141Cost:
18%Cohort Default Rate:
Program(s) offered: Associate of Applied Science in Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology; Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology; Career Certificate in Air Conditioning; Heat Pump Career Certificate; Career Certificate in Heat Systems; Career Certificate in Refrigeration
1101 Halligan Drive
North Platte, Nebraska 69101
12.1%Cohort Default Rate:
Program(s) offered: HVAC Diploma
801 E Benjamin
Norfolk, Nebraska 68702
11.2%Cohort Default Rate:
301south 68th Street Place
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Program(s) offered: Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology
11818 I Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
17.7%Cohort Default Rate:
Program(s) offered: HVAC Diploma Program
Source: Information on this page comes from two sources: the Department of Education's IPEDS database (as of Q4 2014 - covering data through the 2013-2014 school year) and the school's website. We try to keep this data up-to-date, but as part of researching your options, you should be sure to ask any schools you apply to for the most up-to-date statistics.