I've never heard of the Centura College. Not sure if your talking about Centra College (was Lynchburg General School of Nursing). If it's Centra College, they offer LPN and RN so i'm sure if you wanted to do LPN first and then do an Associates in Nursing they offer that too. If you did that you wouldn't need to transfer anything. Hope this helps.
I graduated from from the one on west broad. Loved the instructors there. Some of the clinical sites were a little far out, but a great experience. I'm happy to answer any questions you may have about the program.
Congrats on starting your journey to nursing. I've been in the health field for as long as I can remember, so some things came easier for me then others. My teachers were great! Take your time with everything & you will do great.
The first semester there are four classes. Each mod is five weeks. Semester 2 & 3 are 3 classes. Then your last semester 2 classes. Clinicals start mod 3 of the 1st semester 1 day a week. Then will change to twice a week. It is a lot but try not to get behind in paperwork & studying. You will need to learn time management, it will be your best friend. :-)