Well I graduated from the manassas ecpi in december. They got a new campus president guy who is awesome and is really working out the issues. As far as the education goes, I personally feel like it was good, and quality teaching. The evening teachers (which is the route I went) are very good. Now as far as clinicals and scheduleing goes, it's a mess. Prepare for them to loose your paperwork, prepare to get your schedule for the next term a few days before it starts, prepare that some of your clincals you will drive to will have no instructor, and you will have to make them up, prepare that you will not neccesarily have clincals coordinate with your class
(for our pediatric unit, we were sent to illif pediatric nursing home ONCE and the rest we were in a medsurg unit) also one of our med surg classes, we had to find our own clinical site, because the clinical coordinator (who is a lazy noo good crazy person) was gonna put us in ltc, cuz there was no where to go.
The night program is hard, you do your clincals on the weekend, most every weekend. If I could do it again, I would have probaley not gone there, but if you are looking for a fast way, they are okay. Once your there awhile, you get used to the unorganization of it. I would deff. not go to the manassas ecpi for RN because they just got the program, so I am sure it is a disaster.
ECPI is good though because we did a hesi nearly every term, and their pass grade is 80%, so One every test, or every assignment, a passing grade is an 80 or better. overall the education is good, the program is just unorganized.