Hello! I'm an LSN graduate of 2013.
Admissions was okay, I think I was waitlisted for about a year. In the mean time, I took some extra classes that I believe I needed (bio ethics). So make sure you have your pre-requisite classes in order! Some of my cohorts had to take other classes during nursing school
. It was awful for them.
Is it hard to get accepted? I believe not. It's just the waitlist that can be cumbersome.
They offer some pre-requisite classes there and some you may have to take elsewhere. They are affiliated with Webster University but their credit hours can be expensive! I took my one class at a community college. Also, they accepted all my prerequisites from my other schools
(I had moved from California).
I had a handfull of my cohorts that stayed in the resident rooms. They were mainly from Illinois or had lived far enough where the commute was unbearable. I haven't heard any negative experiences from the dorm - but it's just not my personal preference. As far as safety, the school itself is safe, the area that it's surrounded by is probably a little sketchy. But as previously stated, I heard nothing negative. They have security from their affiliated hospital that drives around the campus.
Entrance exams were easy. Math was nothing harder than division/fractions.
I hope that answered some of your questions and good luck!