I would not recommend UW Milwaukee for a BSN. They have poor clinical sites and not much variety, the instructors are notorious for dropping students into a clinical site and disappearing, and UWM has a highly community health focus which is where the majority of your clinicals are. Very few acute care, and then you'll have to fight for those spots. The nursing program there is highly political. Not very desirable. I myself ran out of that school to attend a private college, to obtain the opportunity for an L&D clinical rotation. It was the best decision I ever made.
UWM also has a poor reputation in the community. When one of the other nursing schools
had problems with accreditation, and students were pleading with other schools to accept some classes and allow them in, UWM had a very piss-poor attitude and would NOT accept these students or work with them. The other nursing schools were outraged at the horror stories these students were telling on how UWM treated them.
With Milwaukee having 9 nursing schools to choose from, I wouldn't pick UWM. I would prefer UW Madison, UW Oshkosh, or the private schools such as Carroll College.