One piece of advice I would give anyone looking for an RN-BSN program:
Ask around your workplace. Find out where other people have gone and how satisfied with the program they have been. In my many years of being a both a student and a professor, I have found that upperclassmen are one of the great under-utilized resources in education. It is to your advantage to have people close by who can:
1. Give you first-hand knowledge about the program
2. Help you with some of your classes
3. Sell you used textbooks
4. Give you practical advice on how to make things work for you -- from a fellow student's perspective.
Being the only person you know in a program can work, but it is a bit more of a gamble than attending a school where you know some upperclassmen who can serve as unofficial mentors for you.