From what I hear, the hospitals love BC students, at least up here in Broward. Apparently, we get more clinical hrs than the Bachelor programs in the area and they like that. As far as your points are concerned, do you know how many points you have even though they haven't posted it yet? I can help you figure it out if you need to know that to help make your decision. BC is also going to be offering an RN-BSN program in the near future, plus there are countless amounts of other programs in the area that offer the same, many you can even do online while working as an RN. The cost of UM would be a very big factor for me. BC's program costs around $6000, which is pennies compared to what a private university's cost will be. The drive would be a big factor for me as well, unless the school had this great reputation and was completely worth the drive. The only advantage I see is being finished in a year with a BSN, however, its really hard for me to justify the cost, but a lot of people go that route so its really a personal decision that only you can make. To me, if UM had a great reputation it might be worth the drive and money, but if their reputation isn't that great, I would choose BC. Just my two cents.
Also, another thing, as wonderful as it sounds to be finished in a year, how much can you really learn during that time since everything is so accelerated? BC's program is fast paced and even that is about 20 months long. I just can't see how its beneficial to the learning process to go that fast.