I am in a similar situation. I have been an LPN for about a year now and I am looking at doing the LPN to BSN at UOP at the lone tree campus. I would like some more info on the program myself but I can tell you what I know.
So far I have found that the program costs about 35K depending on how many classes you have to take. if you have a previous associates degree you are looking at 2-2.5 years and if you don't you are looking at 4-4.5 years. It is online with one day of class on Monday nights from 6-10 and then you will have clinical rotations in some of the classes. it is one class at a time and they range from 5-9 weeks depending on what the class is. there are 5 ATI assessment throughout the program which are similar to a HESI exam is what I was told ( I would like to find out more about these myself). The school told me that their NCLEX pass rate was close to 100% march and may 2012 (I would like to know more about this). they offer classes starting every month so it doesn't sound like you have to wait. I was also told that you could work during the program but it can be difficult once clinical start. the program is CCNE accredited. hope this helps. like I said I would love some more feed back from someone who has successful completed the program and passed the NCLEX.