I've done extensive, research on this topic.
Oshkosh is the only online online shcool I've found for folks a previous non-nursing Bachelor's (with no LPN, medic or MA) to get a BSN.
.... and it is less expensive than Deconness and Excelsior. Getting a traditional BSN costs most students around the same.
The trade off for relative flexability is often a larger price tag. Apply for scholarships
and contact your local hospital UW-Oshkosh assigns you to for clinicals to see if they will offer to pay if you sign a commitment bonus.
I would also suggest some of you consider a direct-entry Masters program. Even though the one I have in mind is not online, it is only 15 months (May-August) long. 95% of the students qualify for financial aid (loans, scholarships) big enough to cover the tuition AND all living expenses.