Oh my goodness, I truly feel your frustration. I'm also a ADN nurse graduate and have been looking for employment for 6 months as well. I've also considered going back to get my BSN and I researched alot of online RN-BSN programs. The ones I found that are convenient, affordable, and reputable are Chamberlain College of nursing (chamberlain.edu), University of Texas @ Arlington (uta.edu), and Arizona State University (asu.edu). Chamberlain and ASU DO NOT require you to do onsite clinicals, but UTA does. UTA is also less expensive than the others. However, UTA's tuition now until July4th is $6450 but will increase to about $8990 or something like that, check their website for the correct numbers, and their program requires onsite clinicals. ASU's programs only begin twice a year (spr and fall), but Chamberlain and UTA's programs will allow you to start at more convenient times for yourself. Check their websites for more accurate info though, because I may have misquoted or left something out. Don't give up on the job hunt. Believe me, lately I've felt like giving up and just taking a position in medical other than RN. I've given myself so many deadlines that's it's pitiful. I've faith that someone will call eventually. Best wishes to you in your endeavors.