Not really. I guess it depends on how you look at it. We were already engaged anyway, living on opposite coasts, as he was in CA, I was in MD, and him being military and jr. enlisted. Our situation was different in that we both wanted to live together, but while he knew he wanted to do it right away, I was torn on whether or not the timing was right. Getting married meant moving in together once I finished out the semester and moved out to CA.
I was still in college, but had changed major from nursing to teaching, which wasn't going much better than the nursing track was (as in the pre-req's kicked my patootie before I could even apply to the nursing program) and didn't know what else I wanted to do, career wise and figured "ah I can always go back".
In answer to your question, well I think some friends/family might have thought he was pressuring me, and at the time I kinda thought so too, but 12 years later I think he was just as lonely and impatient as I was and the decision on whether or not the timing was right was easier for him than for me.