I would research colleges/schools
in the area you will be moving to. All of them will have pre-requisites such as English, Math, Anatomy, etc. I would pull out your transcript and research each college, compare which classes you already have and which ones you need to get, whether your classes transfer etc. Then you can whittle your list down based on other things such as distance to drive to school etc.
Once you have a short-list, I would suggest going in and discussing everything with a nursing advisor who should be able to draw up a "plan of action", so to speak - which will be a study pathway to get you working towards your goal. Enroll in the classes you need, and start working towards enrolling. There will often be additional requirements such as CPR certification and HESI exams etc....check what is required by your actual school.
My suggestion would be to look at community colleges to get your ADN.....way cheaper than the private route, or University. Then you can bridge to the BSN or even start work as an RN and study for your BSN while you work. Some C/Cs now offer a hybrid of the two degrees, so you can get your BSN via the C/C even. You'll have to research what's available.
So - in a nutshell - research which classes you need in order to apply. Enroll in those classes. Complete any additional requirements. Apply.