I went to their LPN program. It was demanding, stressful but in the end, it was worth it. At the interview there will be about 4 people, I think, if not 5 in the room with you. The director of the school itself, the director of financial aid, the director of the LPN program and another teacher in there. They will all ask you questions such as why LPN school, why nursing, do you plan to work, do you have familly support since this is a very demanding program, etc. Don't say I want to be a nurse b/c I want to help people and yada yada. Everyone says they want to be a nurse to help people. Don't plan on working, do plan on studying endlessly and being reallly stressed. Do plan on being singled out by a teacher b/c you're an older student and be very prepared for clinicals. Do plan on this being very cliquey. It will be much like high school, favoritism, gossipping, etc.. Don't miss, do your homework. I'm not trying to make it sound terrible, i'm trying to be honest. I was very disappointed in the immature behavior of some of the people in this program that was tolerated the whole year just b/c they were a "favorite" If you really want to succeed, go to school and clinical every day and do your work, know your stuff top to bottom, be prepared to be questioned in clinicals and DO NOT get caught up in the immature behaviors of classmates. It will happen. Older students are singled out in this program and be prepared for it. don't take it personal, it happens every year. Good luck, if you need anything once you get in let me know.