Monmouth University in Long Branch, Stockton in Pomona, Kean in Union (with classes also in Toms River), I believe Rutgers has a RN-BSN and Jersey City State University. You didn't say if you are North, Central or Southern NJ. Stockton is a state school. Monmouth is big $$$ as it is a private university but a good program. You could also try posting in the NJ forums for more specific info for NJ.
I'm in the North NJ. I'm willing to relocate in the country for good schooling if there is a need.
Because when I graduated, I had such a hard time finding a job. And because I only have an ASN, I could not get into a hospital after several years working at a nursing home. But I don't want to get stuck in nursing homes forever.
I think I'd better get serious this time and go to a big-named school if I can get into. But seems these big-name schools close by, like Columbia, John Hopkins, Yale, all either have 2nd degree accelerated BSN or BS-MSN entry to practice. In my case, though I have a BS and MS degree in a non-nursing field, but I already have RN license, and I don't want to go to MSN at this time. Not so many to look for for me.