All of the schools you list turn out good graduates. I have an Associate's from UALR and finished my BSN at UAMS. I've worked with, trained, and hired graduates from many programs over the years and it doesn't matter what kind of degree you have or where you got it. Everyone comes out of school at pretty much the same level and starts to gain experience.
In choosing a program there are many considerations but these two should be the first ones you resolve:
1. All post-graduate nursing programs
(APN, CRNA, etc.) will accept a BSN while many do not recognize diplomas or non-nursing BS degrees. If you plan to continue your education into post-graduate work then a BSN will make live easier. Many schools have a bridge option for RN's who have a non-nursing BS or BA but it cuts down on your options. The vast majority of CRNA programs will accept only a BSN. Probably not fair but it is a reality.
2. BSN programs are intrinsically longer and don't, in my opinion, include much more clinical experience than the AD or diploma programs. If finishing school fast is important then UALR or Baptist are good choices.
You might consider talking to advisors from the different schools to get a better insight on admission requirements, time committment, etc.
Nursing is a great career with almost limitless opportunities. I've worked in several specialties, worked as a pharmaceutical rep, and now I'm in a CRNA program. The fun never stops.
Good luck with your decision and your education.