Hey man! I just graduated from QCC's nursing program. The school uses a wait list as opposed to taking entrance exams, other classes to make you look like a good candidate etc which I think is a good thing. The downside is that I got on the waitlist in 2010 and it was a 2 year wait but I was able to get all my prereqs out of the way......not sure how long the wait is now.
They have 2 different types of programs here. The day program is a traditional 2 year ADN program for people that are coming out of high school or don't have any prior degrees. The evening program is accelerated and is for paramedics, LPNs, and people that already have a bachelors degree in another field and its about 15 months long and it is intense (I did the evening program).
If you can, I would suggest getting on the waitlist, the RN programs at this school are awesome and every one of the nursing professors are dedicated to helping you succeed (it's also really really cheap, I paid maybe 15k for the whole program?). We've also had students from other nursing schools
in the area that have transferred here and said that our program was much more supportive than where they transferred from.