I'll graduate in 09. I've liked the program pretty well so far. Small class ratio. My only challenge is that some of the students in the class haven't been in school for awhile, and struggle with rules/regulations/load so it has a tendency to bring things to a slower pace on occasion.
I really like the instructors--a lot. They are really helpful and personable.
The cost is ridiculous, but I think it's the only real viable option other than SLCC here in Utah for ADRN. It is the only one with regional accreditation. Last year they had a 100% pass rate for the NCLEX, and though they have a smaller sample size, they have a better pass rate.
I'd recommend it if you can afford it--not that any of us can really afford it
There is pretty good job placement after the preceptorship, and I like the immediate clinical focus we get in our first semester. You do need your CNA BEFORE you apply.
Hope this helps, if you want to talk more about it let me know