I know people who've gone to St. Scholastica (The College of St. Scholastica is an independent private college based in Duluth, Minnesota with extended campuses across the state.
), and others who've gone through Chamberlain and Excelsior. I did a traditional program at St. Scholastica, and thought it was very good. Instructor support, interaction, good faculty that were accessible, for me were very important; for others, it is flexibility and a more lenient time frame. I guess I have figured that I will pay for my education because I feel it's a good investment - there are scholarships out there that help a bit with the cost, loans, extra shifts, etc... but it pays off in the end. Rule of thumb is don't take out more in loans that you'll make your 1st year, and I was still under that. Most colleges will have their tuition readily available - if they're secretive about that, I don't take that as a good sign. Determine what your timeframe is, what's available, and go from there... good luck!