There isn't a 2 year wait for the program...not sure why someone would have told you that. Each admission cycle is a "fresh start". There is a new wait list each fall or spring admission and once that class begins everyone who was on that wait list has to reapply for the next admission cycle and a completely new wait list is created for those that are not accepted to that cycle.
Perhaps they meant that it could take you 2 years to complete all of the pre-req's prior to being accepted into the program...that would be more accurate. I am currently waiting to hear if I am accepted into the Fall 2011 program, I have all of my pre-req's done. I am under the impression if you have all of your pre-req's done and meet the other requirements you are more likely to be accepted than someone who has not completed all of their pre-reqs.
I hope that helps clarify things a bit for you. As far as a BSN instead of going to BCC, there aren't many schools
in our area that offer a BSN...especially affordable ones. I am married and have a daughter and commuting is also an issue for students like myself so BCC not only has a great program, it is cost effective and works with my life. I plan to continue on for my RN-BSN once I graduate BCC (if I get in!! lol!). I do think getting your BSN is the right thing to do but doing it this way works best for me for various reasons and from what I understand there are a lot of other people who feel the same, it all depends on what is best for your life.
You might want to call the nursing department directly to get your information being it seems the information you got isn't exactly right. Best of luck to you whatever you decide to do!!