Contrary to the other response on UVA- there is no shortage of clinical time when compared with a community college program. That's a common myth people spout when comparing a BSN vs. ADN program. Look on the www.nursing.virginia.edu
curriculum link for yourself.
At UVA you will have 2 eight hour clinical days per week during most semesters- multiple med-surg, OB, Psych, Community, Peds. The real advantage to their program is the Synthesis Practicum portion of the curriculum which is completed in the last half of your last semester. During your practicum you will work one on one with a mentor in a unit of your choice for around 170 hours. All of your semester coursework will be completed in the first half of the semester, leaving April- May to work basically full time in your practicum site. A great help in calming your pre-real world nursing jitters. Plus, you get to choose what you're interested in- ER, critical care, OB, peds, community- anything!
UVA is a great program that prepares leaders in nursing, they teach you to think- not just perform skills- and, the University is the number one public university in the nation for a reason.