I'm assuming when you say an "unexpected turn of events" you may mean for the worse. For this I offer my support in the following words.
I have done a little research on the school you cited. Apparently they have an acceptance rate of 16%. That number is suspicious in that it rivals the acceptance rate of many Ivy League schools
. But that metric is only one component of its overall evaluation. You should look at graduation and retention rates and tuition cost. Becoming a nurse is not a one way ticket to life employment with good pay these days so you need to be careful with the cost of school.
Go to collegescorecard.edu.gov. While this site is not perfect, it is a good starting point to help you look at any school's overall performance. You have to ask yourself, is a school functioning to help students graduate or just "in business" to take your loan money?
Whatever you do, do not contemplate any for-profit schools. They prey on the desperate, make it too easy to enroll and have a dreadful history of standing students without a degree and in tons of debt. You can look them up too. Feel free to IM me if you wish with specific questions but be careful with schools. So many will try to entrap you with a lot of empty promises. I have thirty years in nursing and not on anyone's payroll. Tread carefully.