I don't know anything about NVCC, so the first response will balance out my TRCC based response. I graduated from TRCC in spring 2012. We had 96 accepted, 48 start in the fall and 48 start in the spring. Over the course of the four semesters we lost a few, gained some from previous semesters and third semester the LPNs come into the program. I think we had between 35-40 graduate with us. As jan286 mentioned, each program has its ups and downs. Some semesters are a little more disorganized, and everyone will find potential personality conflicts with instructors/classmates/etc. But you'll find that anywhere. TRCC has an excellent reputation in the SECT area and most of my classmates found employment relatively quickly. I had one interview and the DON of my facility said, "we are always happy to have TRCC graduates and find they're very successful in our facility", there are now four nurses from my class on staff and we've all found ourselves prepared for the job with the nursing education we got at TRCC. Good luck with your decisions.
Just a thought, you're looking at programs that are very far apart, and the clinicals are generally within an hour of the campus. Depending upon where you live, getting to Rhode Island (for TRCC), or the Northwestern corner for NVCC, could be quite a challenging commute.