I agree with the above posters. Wait and see what happens, but I would certainly start checking your options. Personally the only other programs in the area I would consider are Mt. Carmel, Otterbein, and Capital. In that order. Chamberlain is ridiculously expensive.
And a lot of the others are treading water on the accreditation front and you want to make sure that the school you go to is respected and hospitals will hire from it. Don't ask recruiters for the 'for-profit' schools and don't ask the current students.... ask the ones that have been out of school for 6 months without placement. Anyway... there are some good ones further afield. Hocking College I've heard good things about, but their clinical sites are the little country hospitals - not bad, just not what everyone is looking for in the way of experience.
I believe Good Housekeeping? had an article in June about the importance of choosing a good school and not getting in over your head in debt at a school that won't really stand the test in the job market. - Sorry to be vague, but if I find the magazine/article I'll post again with a firm location on where to find it.
Good Luck, and just breathe and remember you don't know until you get the letter...there is always so much this and that, wait list this, and scary that... You'll find out soon enough, and if you want a good adviser on where to go from here go to ----. She's the best pre-nursing adviser at CSCC.