I feel your pain, I've been waiting for a full week (a message every day) for financial aid with no returned calls. Thats great Pellissippi is better in that aspect, I'm sure they are busy in their nursing division getting everything together.
At RSCC, we do clinicals at Parkwest, Methodist, Baptist West, St. Mary's downtown, then we do OB at UT for a 3 weeks rotation. Now second year I'm not sure, I know we are doing community nursing at schools
and I guess either Lake Shore or Pennisula....oh and peds rotation 2nd year at Children's. Then last semester we get to pick where we want to do transitions. And no you dont get to pick where you do clinicals at, but they try to place you to the hospital closest to where you live. I have done 2 rotations at Methodist, 1 at Parkwest, then 1 at UT. If there is a conflict you can try to switch with someone. You did get to pick what day you want to do clinicals and just a word of advice, keep in mind the night before clinicals you will be doing careplans that take a while to get used to and drug sheets.