I did it. Graduated SULC's evening division in 2011. Only SULC and Loyola have the night school option. Loyola costs about 4x as much, so there's that. The program takes 4 years rather than 3, and there are summer school classes that can shorten it to 3.5 years.
If you can do it without taking out loans and keep a good job, I say go. I had a shitty college student type job where I worked 45 hours/week - the only thing it paid for was my living expenses. I was more of a student who had a job rather than a valuable employee who also had a strenuous course load after work. Some of my classmates were cops, doctors, paralegals, teachers etc. so it's not impossible to do. The average age of my class upon entering was 40 (I was 22).
That said, my friends with CM degrees make a lot
more money than me - and I have a good job. So you'll probably be fine either way.
This post was edited on 9/27 at 4:48 pm