Edinboro University - I didn't attend the nursing program there, but the business program. At the time, Edinboro was an early propenent of a nursing program that allowed a person who had a bachelor's degree in ANY field to go for another 12-15 months and be awarded a (if I recall rightly) a bachelor's in nursing. Early reports of this program were (and this was ten years ago) that the nurses turned out were of dubious quality (duh.) Popular opinion was divided as to whether it was due to the fact that that was an AWFUL lot of material to cram into a short period of time or the fact that the program was marketed to people who couldn't get jobs in their field of choice, and nursing was a "fall-back" and not something the grads were necessarily in love with as a profession.
However, I do know several fine nurses who were grads of the "regular" BSN program and thought they got a darn good education at a very reasonable price.
(Bias alert: my hometown is about 7 miles down the road from Edinboro and I have a very fond recollection of the years I spent there.)
Indiana University (IUPUI) is my nursing alma mater. I believe the clinical instructors were by and large exceptional in their caring and knowledge. Psych was a bit shortchanged, but the opportunities in peds were fabulous with Riley Hospital for Children so close. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the school (notwithstanding the usual beaurocratic BS I found to be pretty normal regardless of where you go to school.)
Good luck in your decision