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Is it costly to go to Heating and A/C school?

I was considering going to Heating and A/C school, but I wasn’t sure if I could afford it.

I had heard weird stories about the cost of the classes as well as the certification, as well as everyone said they had a difficult time getting a student loan.

I was persistent, as well as instead of listening to them as well as feeling like going to Heating and A/C school would never come to fruition, I went to the local community university, where they held the classes. I talked to the guy in admissions as well as asked his about the cost of Heating and A/C classes. She told me I could take part time classes if I worked, which I did. It would be abou ten hours a week for thirty weeks, as well as then my buddy and I would need to take the certification class, as well as do the hands-on classes… Once my buddy and I got through the classroom, I would need to give extra hours because I would be working on real furnaces as well as a/c units. I asked his about the cost? She give me a bottom line cost, as well as I blanched. As much as I wanted to be an Heating and A/C supplier, I knew I couldn’t get a student loan for that amount of money. She said they had a annually payment plan. I would pay about $70 a month for two years. I would then pay $250 a month for three years, when I graduated. If I chose to pay yearly, I would get a 10% discount. That would be a large sum of money until I was working, but for two years, I was sure I could do it. I wanted to be an Heating and A/C supplier as well as this was my chance.

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