I attend Indiana University in Indianapolis, and it is a great school! I am in the BSN program and our clinical experiences are almost exclusively in Level One teaching hospitals...many other schools
in the area have to go to ECF's or MD offices, but we don't. In our last semester, we have the Capstone experience were you can choose a preceptor in an area you are interested in and work with them one on one for four weeks in the clinical setting. Many grads get job offers from units on which they complete their capstone. There are tons of really great opportunities to work as a student nurse in Indy also. I work in a critical care unit of one of the large teaching hospitals and it is great!! Starting pay for new grads in this area is fairly high, especially considering that we have a relatively low cost of living. Tuition is fairly cheap also.
Of course, there are things I don't like about the program, but I think that is true of any BSN program....nursing theory classes and all that!!
Anyway, just my two cents. Let me know if you have any specific questions.