So I met with the person graduating from the program this semester. Her first semester was at the Stratford campus since they were still with UMDNJ. For their second semester, everything was switched to Rutgers-Camden. For their class especially, because of the school change, it was very unorganized to begin with. She does think it will be better for us since the program is now established at Rutgers-Camden. Overall she enjoyed the program - especially since you finish in 15 months. She said the third semester is the hardest and the last semester is the easiest. There is a communication problem at Rutgers-Camden, there are some people in the nursing school that just don't e-mail back. That is what it is, but you still end up getting everything you need. It's definitely a lot of work, the days she wasn't in class were spent studying. There were growing pains, but it seems like they're working through them and it's at least better then when that particular class started. I actually feel better after speaking with her about it. She said to leave early for class and clinical since there was always traffic (her and I are from the somers point area) moreso for class since clinical started so early she usually left by 5:30ish . Also, she said it was really helpful for her class to have a facebook group so I made a group for our cohort. You can find it at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1587944851447477/. The name is "Rutgers-Camden Accelerated Nursing 2015-2016"