Last I had looked, UNF only accepted into their ADN/BSN Nursing program once per year, in the Fall. FCCJ accepts 3 times a year, Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Not sure of other hospitals in town, but I know that Baptist pays a differential for a BSN -- currently $.50/hr. A BSN is an edge in getting hired over an ADN, but I do believe that an ADN w/ 1+ yrs of experience is more attractive to an employer than a BSN w/ no experience. Employers like to have higher credentialed staff, so ideally you're only talking about starting out and will pursue your BSN -- more opportunities down the line.
From my Professional Nursing Practice textbook:
"In 1996, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing issued a position statement recognizing the Bachelor of Science degree in nursing as the minimum education requirement for professional nursing. The BSN nurse is prepared for a broader role; increasingly, the bachelor's degree is required for employment in many health care settings such as community health, case management, and supervisory positions. blah blah blah..."
Jacksonville University has an all-online RN-to-BSN program IF you're employed in a clinical setting. Its not cheap. Like $1.6k per 8wk period, tuition and books. 11 classes from RN to BSN, and a standard load is 1-2 classes per 8-wk period, so you could get it done in a year, w/ focus, while working. Most hospitals will give ya something to continue your education. I think Baptist will give ya 2 or 3k per year and some other stuff is available but there are strings.