OK, I did some research and if this is Baker College in Michigan, then run far, far away. (BTW, this is why it's important to post your state if you are in the US because I saw "Auburn" and immediately thought Alabama - I then saw "Flint" and it cued it in that it might be Michigan. Some people don't know that, so it's good if you are asking about regional schools that you post your state if you want college info).
The key phrase that should tip one off comes from their website:
Baker College Campus | Professional Nursing Training
Notice this in the second paragraph:
"Not similar to other colleges and universities, Baker is a career institution, with one goal: to offer you precise job training so you can have a very satisfying career as soon as you finish college. Instead of being a career student, you will become a successful career professional."
I may be very wrong on this particular school, but any school that identifies itself as a "career college" or "career institute" is usually a rip-off. They tend to have extreme tuition charges and will be unaccredited. If the school itself is accredited, then ask if you particular program is accredited. If you get any other answer than yes, or if you get some answer along the lines of "we aren't accredited now, but by the time you graduate, we will be", DO NOT SIGN UP. They tend to say anything to get you into the door, then ask for huge tuition amounts upfront. If
the student does graduate, then they will be saddled with a huge amount of debt that will take years to pay off, years longer than a student in a traditional university.
You mentioned that the college admits 40 students, but of those, only 10-12 graduate. Yes, there are many good reasons for this attrition, but keep in mind that there have been reports of students attending these "career colleges" who are bullied into dropping out, but they'll keep your tuition money and YOU will be saddled with the overall debt, and that includes the interest in paying this off.
As I said, this program may be on the up and up, but we've seen many students on here that have been suckered in to these programs with bad results.
I have first hand knowledge of these schools and their tactics, and I want to pass this on so that others can be warned.