As a new school, they will not have the resources in place for student mental health and learning support, and the faculty will take several years to gel to develop a coherent curriculum. Add to the fact that as a new school, their rotation sites will be questionable in terms of oversight by the school's clinical deans, and students will have to rotate...well, where???? There won't be enough sites in Montana for all of them, that's for sure.
As tot he bolded, don't think for a minute that because Touro-MT is a Touro school that board scores will be good for the next 4-5 graduating classes. New schools are forced to admit weaker students, because they have no other places to go to.