i have nothing good to say about this so called college.
my personal opinion is to stay away and sign nothing because once you sign you are in debt and they do not care one ounce about your reason for dropping. you are on the hook for the entire amount of the entire course no matter how much of it you use. i think of it as if i were to be accepted to a state university, and had to drop the state would not charge for classes not taken, only those you completed. not true with this company.
the first course i received was anatomy and had the word "sample" superimposed over the top of every page that appeared to be copied on a poor copy machine. the quality of the material was very poor, blurry and not professional looking. i was accepted to another program and i went with them instead and i am much happier. i am actually learning and not just patted on the back by the so called counselors that i called for help.
becoming an rn is expensive enough without making the mistake of signing with this company. learn from others mistakes and do not get suckered into their program.
this is one man who has learned his lesson, (a very expensive lesson).
if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is...