There are a plethora of options ahead of you. No matter what route you take, be considerate of your gpa above all else. Personally, I found getting the adn, then bridging to the bsn to be the MOST affordable route. Most bridge programs are online an allow you to work during it. A lot of BSN programs are so intensive working is strongly ill advised. I'm not sure of your region but where i live, north Mississippi, adn programs are rampant and most cost about $1,000 a semester. State schools and other bsn programs cost around $5,000-$6,000/semester for full time status.
Honestly, with the flood of applicants to the medical field, I would apply to every nursing program within a 100mile radius....but that's just me.
Good luck and keep us posted!