I'm sorry for taking so long to reply to your PM, but when I went to respond a few minutes ago, it turns out I'm not active enough on this website to use their PM system. I'll post a reply to your question here, even though it's a bit off-topic.
At Marquette, the chances of getting an RA/TA-ship are slim, especially in the first 16 months (the accelerated RN portion). I don't know of anyone in my cohort who was able to get one. Marquette's program gets very expensive very quickly because there is limited scholarship or assistantship availability. Most people rely on family contributions and loans.
The midwifery track is part-time only. I've heard that there used to be a full-time option, but faculty eliminated it several years ago. The total time from beginning the RN phase (full time for 16 months) to completing the MSN phase (part-time for 6 semesters) is approximately 4 years.
Please let me know if you have any other questions!