I have just begun the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) nurse anesthesia program. The school boasts a 90% graduation rate and 100% pass boards rate. The program is front loaded, two semesters of didactic study with clinicals beginning in the third semester. They are the only nursing school
with a simulator that allows the students to "practice" real live situations before ever going into the OR.
They generally have about 100-120 applicants per year. From that they choose 40 to participate in the interview process. They admit 12-13 each year. As for tuition, out-of-state students (such as myself) receive a tuition waiver that allows us to pay in-state tuition ($140/hr vs. $558/hr).
The juniors and seniors that I have talked with like the program very much. I do have to tell you that it is somewhat web-based and you will use the computer alot (esp. Word and Powerpoint).
I will try to answer any questions you might have.