Spokane Community College has an RN program that is not competitive, its first come first serve so there is a waiting list. Once you finish your prereqs you sign up for the program and wait tell your name comes up (could be 1 to 2 years). Prereqs are bio, chem, A&P 1 and 2, micro, english, into alg, general and lifespan psych and blood borne pathogens, min grade in each is a 2.5.
Nursing - Spokane Community College
(Someone mentioned WSU's BSN program... so) If you are thinking about a BSN program, WSU's prereqs are Bio, A&P, general chem, organic chem, biochem, micro, lifespan development, nutrition, into to sociology, intro to psych and stats. WSU is very competitive so if you were really interested you'd want to bring up the A&P but they also have an interview aspect that could help out (but your grades have to be good enough to get an interview). You also have to have general WSU requirements to graduate (which you should have most with an AA).
College of Nursing
North Idaho College also has an RN program that is competitive (I'm not sure how competitive it is). Pre reqs are Alg, Med terminology, A&P, and english, with 2.0 being the min for each, and min of 2.5 GPA. They also require a CNA certification. I'm also pretty positive that they have an interview process as well.