This is a bit difficult for me to answer, because, from what I understand, they have changed the OCNE transfer conditions and system since I transferred. During my time in the program, I had the option of graduating from my CC with an ASN, taking the NCLEX, and then working and/or continuing on for a BSN from OHSU through the online program. Alternatively, I could do the first 2 2/3 years at my CC, and then transfer to OHSU Portland for the final four terms on campus and graduate from OHSU with a BSN. This was the option that I chose.
From what I understand, if you choose an OCNE CC program now, you can still finish your BSN, but you can only do it online after graduating with an ASN. There is an option to transfer, but only to the Ashland campus (not Portland) and it's not an automatic given...they've said that they will only accept a limited number of transfer students.
For what it's worth, here's my opinion: If you want to work in a hospital in Portland, you need a BSN. That's just the reality of where the profession is heading in a city where new grads are fighting for jobs. Without a BSN you may be able to get something at Tuality or out in MacMinville, but not at Legacy, Providence, Kaiser, or OHSU (I know there are exceptions to this rule, but it's pretty rare. I know a few people with ASNs who got hired by Legacy, Kaiser, and OHSU but they were all already employed there as CNAs or HUCs). Otherwise, with an ASN your options are LTCs, prisons, and home health (and even those jobs are very competitive).
OHSU Hospital in Portland employs thousands of nurses. They like to hire their own grads and if you go to OHSU, you have a chance to network and your senior practicum is twice as long as any other school. OHSU Portland also gives you a lot of preparation for answering the interview questions at the hospital by having nurse managers from different units work with you to prepare. I don't think that you would have this advantage at OHSU Ashland. The hospitals there are small and aren't capable of hiring a lot of new grads.
If I were in your shoes, the decision would come down to whether or not I was wanted to do the online BSN program. If so, go to a CC and finish your BSN that way. If you don't want to do the online program and you value the benefits that can be gained from OHSU connections to the hospital, go for the three-year OHSU program.
I hope that this was helpful.