For all the nursing classes, you're going to be in a huge lecture hall with 80+ students that are either: annoying, drama queens, texting, socializing, etc. The teachers really don't do anything about this. I was in the second year of the program when it moved to MCC, and NRB 122 was a complete disaster. The course was taught by different teachers in the faculty, and they "pooled" all of their questions into the exams, leaving you mystified as to where some of the questions came from. Needless to say, 40% of the class failed and could not proceed with the course sequence. The instructors are still employees of Raritan Bay, and not really the college, so they have a stand-off-ish attitude when a student presents a complaint or concern. Make sure you don't have an adjunct clinical instructor--I have no idea how some of them made it through the interview process, as they tend to be sub-par. For some reason, the cattiness and the backstabbing that I experienced was really out of line--instructors even yelled at us when we rolled our eyes when a student would ask, really, a dumb question. But it's what you make of it. There are definitely better programs out there, I'd say MCC is middle of the pack. But with the HUNDREDS (approaching the 1000 mark) of applicants for only a few spots, they're not going out of business any time soon.
Don't think you'll be paying county college tuition, you'll be paying Raritan Bay Medical Center tuition, whatever that is--which amounts to over $5000 just for one nursing course. And they can still get away with it.