While I am not a student or past student. I am from Oakland, California and was an EMT for an ambulance company there for over 10 years.
I transported patients alot in and out of Summit Medical Center which is right across the street and have friends who work at the hospital still. When I met students who went there, I heard great things about them. They have been in business over 100 years and still doing well so I would think they are still a great school to attend. I just did not like their high cost much but if I was able to go there I would.
I am at the age of 47 now and I have to work. I can't afford to take off to go to school full-time. I would have loved to go through their 12 month BSN program and just be totally school focused for that duration. I am active duty military so I am taking the LVN route and it graduates with a Associates. I have a Bachelor degree in Human Services so it will help with classes. After that I will go for and LVN to BSN. I am in Southern California now. Hopefully I can move back home after I have graduated.
Best wishes to you and your nursing journey.