I don't know about RUE specifically; I signed with DLSI. I don't have anything nice to say about DLSI either. I am afraid that of the people I know who went with RUE, not one person that I can think of actually has anything nice to say about them.
Are you absoulutely positive that Rue covers the cost of testing? My cost with DLSI was $275/course which include NOTHING other than their study materials and if you are really lucky a badly beaten, used textbook to supplement.
I my case I am responsible for the testing fees running from approx $70-$300 *per test- NOT all together *, the clinical which is over $1,000, the clinical prep which is another couple hundred bucks, the video and workbook which a'int included, and the fees the Excelsior charges for tuition & etc.
I do pay payments with DLSI through another company. My total cost for DLSI alone was over 4 Grand.
I am also on my own with scheduling test dates. DLSI has nothing to do with that. They ask that I inform them when I will test and of my score when completed. I do not and have no intention of telling them squat other than when they can send me my next set of materials.
Technical support, help with studies, clarification NOT PROVIDED! MAJOR ATTITUDE is included free of charge.
There are many, many people who have used RUE though and they can probably enlighten you further.
Good luck to you and may I suggest you think it over VERY CAREFULLY before you sign up with ANYBODY. Get your stuff straight from EXCELSIOR or buy it secondhand.
Check out Excelsior's website. They'll answer questions you send via email without you being enrolled. Also note that Excelsior DOES NOT endorse any of the publishers; they actually have a warning for their students about using a publisher for materials.
Good luck to you whatever route you decide to take.