I'm currently in the Regis Accelerated BSN program (just started) and it's been pretty crazy (in a good way). The program definitely moves at a very quick pace, but it's been reasonable so far. We've probably covered around 250+ pages of material weekly and there is a lot of material to absorb - not to mention a lot of assignments and lab exercises! Most everyone of my classmates are stressed, but we are doing well/reasonably well. I'd say we are still adjusting and feeling out our instructors in terms of their personalities and testing methods, but so far, the instructors have been kind, knowledgeable, personable, and approachable.
Time sure passes with the Regis ABSN. The classes are over in 10 weeks and some are over in 5 weeks. That doesn't leave you with much time for a social life or even time to work, but as with any accelerated program, that's one of the expectations. It has been the 3rd week for me, but it feels like I just started yesterday. I've been hitting the books with the majority of my time as there is ALOT of material covered in such a very short time span. I've had some spare time, but not much. I'd say the commute to school (horrible I-25 traffic and the weather) has a lot to do with that.
I think GregRN has covered all the answers in your question
and I don't have anything more to add as I just started the program. Good luck to you SemperFi in your applications. Both schools have very good reputations in Colorado.