I would not go to a "for profit" school -- one that exists to make money for its owners. I would chose a "non-profit" institution that exists primarily to provide education.
I would start by looking at state-supported schools in your region (either 4-year colleges or community colleges) because they are probably the least expensive. If money is not a problem for you (Most ITT programs cost a fortune. I don't know the costs of Brown Mackie.) ... see if you can manage a 4-year BSN entry program at one of the state schools. That would be my first choice -- assuming that your local state schools are reasonably reputable, which most are.
If the state colleges and community colleges don't work for you ... then I would look at the private, non-profit institutions in your region. They may be excellent, but are probably more expensive than the state schools. But at least they are driven by a mission of education rather one of making a profit for the school's owners.