No it isn't hard...at the Indy campus you come in for an info meeting where they go over all the general info, like cost, curriculum, about the school etc. Then you schedule your TEAS, there is a minimum score you have to get for the RN and the LPN program. Once you pass you pay for your criminal background check and then meet with a financial aid advisor, that's it until orientation pretty much, unless you have questions and stuff its pretty straight forward. At orientation they go over everything, huge packet of material but they go over all your resources, the different tutoring options, the expectations, a lot of info! I really like how they are all really dedicated to helping you pass. I haven't experienced any bad teachers except for one, but it was the basic computer skills class and the teacher is actually no longer there. I think its the same as any other school besides the outrageous cost
but they financial aid staff will help with all that too...and if you can get books ahead of time do it! They charge about 700 per qtr for books when you can get them on Amazon
or somewhere for less than 200!
Anyway hope this helps and if you have any questions I'm always here to answer...clearly I like to talk/type lol.