Yes, everything is pretty much online. There are a few excursions you will need to do offline, such as visiting a fitness center, group projects, group study, etc. They experimented with us having proctored tests at the campus, but that only lasted one semester. Parking was horrible, but now we have proctored tests at our clinical site for Junior 2.
The class schedule starts out pretty hectic and then it ramps up horribly! The classes are much like the pre-nursing classes at UTA (patho, pharm). We do a lot of discussion board postings, reflection papers, NCLEX questions, Evolve modules (a pain), and case studies (awesome!). Lots and lots of reading assignments.
Your clinicals for the first semester will be two days a week, 10 hr days. The actual days will depend on which clinical instructor you get. Some can only teach on certain days. The first day is a skills lab where you learn the fundamental skills, such as assessment (biggie! not easy), and routine skills - foleys, injections, IV's, etc. The second day we were in the hospital taking care of patients.
Hope this answers some of your questions.. let me know if you any others. By the way, I said before that I had a glitch on a test (flunked the midterm in assessment) because I was working. I ended up with all A's and only one B in that class. I was happy. You'll do great!