I am in my second term at WCU north hollywood. Besides being ridiculously expensive (after loans grants and scholarship i am still paying 1200 a month) it isn't so bad. The classes move very quickly and with only meeting once a week for classes, most of it ends up being self study. The classes are blended 3 1/2 hours in class and an hour and half online per week. Once you get the hang of things keeping up with the pace becomes easier. There are a lot of tutoring sources they provide so take advantage. As for the professors some are good and some are bad. And by bad I mean they don't teach at all. Your first term you don't choose your schedule they choose for you. But after you register for classes and they have a few day and time options for every class. And you register in week 6 of the previous term so you will have time to let your employer know of the changes in your schedule. Class sizes are smaller than community college at about 20-25 a class and they encourage a lot of group work. I start nursing core in June so I can't speak for what that is like yet but so far the gen eds have not been super hard and as long as you go to class and do the work you will be fine. They don't kick people out easily during the orientation they explain how many fails you are allowed in gen ed and nursing before they kick you out. And they explain the attendance policy.
Overall I would advise you to look at all options before committing to this school as you will grow tired of figuring out how to pay for it.