You don't have to wear your uniforms to class, just to clinical. My first year of school, we had about 7 weeks of clinical and started about half-way through the first semester. Last year, they changed it so the students did all of their check-off first semester and only did a few weeks of clinical. We did our med check-off 2nd semester, so weren't able to pass meds until then and spent the first semester basically doing tech work. I think that you all will be fine, unless they've changed things around again, as you shouldn't need to wear your uniforms until later in the first semester. You should have plenty of time to return them if you need to. They do have pretty quick turn around, as I had to return mine.
The Cumming campus was brand new last year. It's a beautiful facility, though not very big. The nursing department has 2 rooms, a classroom and a lab room. There is a computer lab where you can print all of your power points, which is good because you print a TON during nursing school
. There's no charge for printing things, either, which is nice. You don't have the college atmosphere like you would at Dahlonega and to a certain extent, at Gainesville and you might miss that. I'm a single mom and was working full-time, so I went to class and then went home and didn't need or miss any of the typical college stuff, like dorms, eating at the school, activities, etc. It's definitely a commuter campus but they have a little food place that sells limited foods, coffee, snacks, etc. You can microwave food if you want to. I always brought food with me and ate during lectures, brought drinks, etc.
Ask any questions that you might have, as I don't mind answering them. It's an exciting time for you all but also very nerve-wracking and I remember it well!