My BSN program encouraged students not to work while in school. Several students were working, myself included. If the faculty found out that you were working and you had any problems academically, it was held against you. So I advise you to keep your life outside of the school to yourself. Arrange your schedule so that they don't find out you are working. Avoid the possible discrimination.
My supervisor told me this story about herself when she was in an ASN program. Her faculty found out she was working and she was asked to leave the program and was told specifically that her job was the reason. She was advised to not be working when she was allowed to reenter. When she came back the next term, when asked, she said, "Ms. So and So, I took your advice and quit my job so I can spend more time on my schoolwork." A lie. What she had done was rearrange her work schedule and no one at the school ever found out what she was doing. She told me that sometimes you have to tell them what they want to hear in order to get what you want. From now on, whenever someone has some kind of power over me, I keep my personal life as quiet as I can. You never know what their prejudices are and when they will use them against you. Working while in nursing school
is always a big no no. Unless of course you are part of the elite class who lives in the estates part of town. That is a story in itself.