I am in my last semester at CACC Rn right now. Needless to say, i have been both pleased and displeased with the program. There was a lot of turmoil when i first started because the lead instructor came down with cancer and passed away, and they had to hurry to fill the instructor position for my pharm and health assesment classes. I feel like i didnt get the instruction i needed, and learned that in nursing, there is a lot of self study. I managed though, and have not yet failed a class. I entered in the delayed program which allowed me to stretch it over 7 semesters rather than 5, which was great since i have children and a home to care for as well. I only took nursing classes, because i took my basics before i got in. I dont remember what my schedule was like in the beginning, but its safe to say that you will have to go to class at least twice a week, at least in the beginning. I go once now, from 8-3. Clinicals are everywhere. I have been so far to Sylacauga, Anniston, Alex City, Childrens, St Vincents, Hillcrest, Brookwood, and Shelby. I think thats all. I am doing preceptor at Brookwood and absolutely love it. The instructors for the most part are great, although everyone will have their own opinions. I would advise that you take the time to get to know your teacher rather than take someone elses opinion, because the one instructor that i feared based on what everyone told me turned out to be the one that i adore most, and has taught me the most. Its a smaller more intimate program that Jeff State, and i feel that i will be adequately prepared when i graduate in December. I live about 45 miles from the school, but it was where i was accepted, so i went there. If you need anything let me know!! I will be glad to help!!