Athens Tech's RN program is a two year, ADN program that in reality, should take you about 3 years to complete. There's a schedule that shows how you "can" take your core courses while doing the program, but it's a lot better to get as much of the core out of the way as you are able, before the program starts.
The end of Feb. is the application deadline each year. There are no waiting lists; they start fresh every year with a new pool of applicants, so if you don't make it one year you have to reapply. This may mean retesting on the SAT or NLN pretest to bring up your scores, or it may mean you just resubmit your name to the director of admissions.
The school is on the quarter system. So you have six quarters of nursing classes. First quarter has only six clinical days - two of them are in community nursing, four in the hospital and you do your first care plan in the first quarter. You also wind up buying the equivalent of your own reference library then.
Second quarter goes into periop and medsurg, musculoskeletal and gyn with I think it was... ten clinical days? I may be off on that. Two days were in observation for OR and outpatient surgery.
Third quarter is two nursing courses simultaneously: medsurg (diabetes, endocrine, integument, acid-base) and OB. So you have 4 12-hr clinical days for OB, and eight half days for med-surg. We are fortunate that our OB instructor used to write board exams for the state of California. She's tough but as she puts it, "you don't play on my playground unless you know how to play."
Second year has cardiology, hematology, peds, psych, and a practicum where you shadow a nurse for your last quarter, working his/her shift. I may have left something out of that. Athens Tech has a good reputation for producing clinically prepared nurses.
Now they have a high attrition rate. Your first quarter you'll be thinking OH MY GOD how can they kick you out of the program if you don't pass a math test?! (dosage calculation, 3 tries, passing grade is a 90) But later you'll be thinking, well of course I don't want a nurse who can't add to kill me with an incorrect dose! .....And you bust your tail to make sure you make it through.
You could contact the school though, if you need additional info. Best of luck to ya.