I attend there and will also be a second year student in August. The program is great, but very time consuming and difficult. Yes, they do have some evening classes, which begin around 4. As far as clinicals, there are morning and evening clinicals, but which one you get into depends on when you register for classes and the number of people who have registered ahead of you. You could get evenings, but you could also be stuck with day clinicals, which begin at 7AM. Evening clinicals begin at 2 and go until 8 or 9. Also, you will have to schedule time to practice your lab skills, and the lab is only open during the week until about 4 every day but Monday, on which it closes at 8PM. Most times people need more than a day to practice their labs before test out, so if you can't make it during the day you may have a problem. It's a good program, but plan on it taking up a LOT of your time.