The first two classes were much more organized than the third RN class. (oddly enough) I am in the third.
I have spoken with the two classes prior to us, the first class liked it, the second class was 50/50. Most of our class agree that this program really needs to step it up quick because we would not recommend it.
Three of the main faculty have quit or are quitting during our rotation.
I have a slightly more in-depth position of being able to evaluate the program because I was the "class president" and asked to attend the staff meetings, they were disasters every single time, most of them lacking professionalism.
Every "module" in second semester was taught by a different instructor, their information was often contradictory, I always used what the book taught me, you couldn't rely on them for information.
Our preceptorship schedule was not set up until a week after we were supposed to have started, and our graduation has been delayed a week.
If I had to do it all over again, I still, at this point, with only twenty days left, would not recommend this program.
I can tell you that many of the teachers have stated to me that "they cannot believe that the school does not secure clinical sites until the last minute, they only prepare for each class one semester at time"
I'm not sure the standard organization, but this semester resulted in three clinical site changes at the last minute, mornings to nights, weekends, etc.
If you have a job, you won't by the end of this program, because there is no set "days" that you will be attending school. The new class has already had two changes in their first semester schedule. Many of them are having to quit the part time jobs or drop out.
If you are able to tolerate a nursing program that schedule can change (i'm talking 24/7, with less than a days notice), having possible graduation delayed, changing teachers with every test, and are able to self-study d/t lack of instruction, than go for it.
I'm hoping the program will improve with time, but right now their pass rate is 68%, and they don't seem to be getting any more organized with the last class.
I'm glad that some students had a good experience, I can only speak on behalf of my current RN class, many of whom saw me writing this and agreed.