I really enjoyed it as well, especially because of the programs difference to the atmosphere of being an ADN student. I loved the flexibility of going to school every other Thurs, Fri, and 2 Sats a month. By the time classes started, I was looking forward to it. It really gives you a chance to focus on the "interesting" and "professional" aspects of nursing. There is a large focus on management and administrative duties, but my heart always lied in the "Clinical" and "Scientific Application" of Nursing.
It really opens doors to the "Behind the Scenes" areas of the Nursing Profession. It was the first time I was introduced to Public Health, Community Nursing, Forensics, Administration, Flight Nursing, and Legality. I think it is invaluable.
As far as unforgetable experiences, they will differ with your interests. If you want to be a DON, ADON, or Administrative, you will see more of that. If you want to see deeper clinical settings, then you will explore Aids clinics, Community clinics, Not-for-profit specialty clinics, health depts. (never boring), Mental institutions, forensics, and deeper laboratory/research ops. It really is just like anything else, it is a great chance to help you open a door easier, and an even greater chance to network. We also had political experiences in State Legislature, and sitting in on BON hearings.
I veiwed it at the time as a bridge to my Masters, and wish I would have taken on more experiences while I was in the program, but I have never regretted my choice to get the BSN. If I had to compare it to ADN program, I would just say it is more "Academic' and "College" feeling.