i'm not sure what stage you are in your search process, or how much you know about shoreline yet, so i don't know exactly what kind of info you're looking for, but i'll try to help.
to start with, shoreline admits a new nursing class each fall, winter, and spring quarter, of 30 students. admission is based solely on a points basis, and points are determined by your grades in the pre-req classes and previous work experience. there is no wait-list...if you don't get in when you apply, you can just keep re-applying. the nursing program admission pamphlet tells you exactly how many points are awarded for each class and grade, so you can calculate your points and see how close you are to getting in. the program is full-time, takes 6 quarters, no classes during the summers. only day-time classes are offered in the nursing program, although most the pre-reqs have night classes. we start clinical experience right away, in the third week of the first quarter.
i found out during my search process that seattle-area employers seem to really like shoreline grads, and often prefer them over other schools in the area, including some BSN programs.
i'm only in my first quarter, but so far, i really like my instructors and the organization of the classes. all the instructors seem really committed to helping students succeed.
i hope this info helps, please let me know if you have any questions or want more specific information!