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By browsing nurse anesthesia schools by state, you can easily compare the schools that are closest to home.

You’ve decided to become a CRNA. Congratulations. Now the trick is finding the right CRNA school.

Should be easy, right? Wrong.

You’ll be surprised when you find out how each school differs in requirements, price, and quality of education.

I’ve heard from too many disappointed SRNAs to believe otherwise. In a best-case scenario, you get lucky and end up in an excellent school.

In a worst-case scenario…Well… you could end up in a program that is too demanding and end up failing
out…or end up in a program with disorganized or inadequate clinical experience.

Another reality is that you could end up in a clinical environment where CRNAs can’t push their own meds or are highly restricted – in which case, you won’t learn what you need to learn to be an autonomous, confident CRNA.

Just know that the closest school may not be the best school for you. To ease things up, we’ve got the most
up to date and accurate CRNA School Finder on the planet.

States Not Listed

There are currently no CRNA schools in the following states:

Alaska

*Delaware

Hawaii

Idaho

Indiana

Montana

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Mexico

*Oklahoma

Vermont

Wyoming

*Residents of these states may pay in-state tuition for CRNA Schools that are in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. This is part of the Academic Common Market (ACM) program.

 

Please see Mississippi in the above list for more information for the two schools that offer CRNA programs.

 

*This page was updated November 24, 2020 *