I also would be willing to answer any questions for you regarding Cardinal Stritch. I am a student currently at Stritch, and my wife is a graduate of the ADN program there (she is VERY pleased with how easy and quick is was to get her BSN from Marquette, and start MSN courses there because of Stritch).
I can answer a large amount of questions for you if you like. I know a fair amount more then most of the students at Stritch, as I am on the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee there. While it may not seem like much, I am actually privy to a great deal of information about what is going on currently, and what is going to occur in the not so distant future with the ADN and BSN programs.
Stritch does have a good reputation in SE Wisconsin, but as another poster stated Froedtert is not exactly happy with ADNs in general. Both my wife and I worked at Froedtert, and had seen a fairly rapid change in that facilities opinion to ADN RN's and ADN students.
I know a few B&S students, and am not sure what to think of that program. What concerns me the most is just how short it is. I consider the 5 semester ADN program at Stritch to be BARELY adequate to train entry level RN's. With B&S it is something like a 20 month program. The one thing is that B&S has not had many graduates placed into the field yet (I think they have only graduated 2 classes). Therefore their program is hard to judge. I will say that a few of the students I meet from there are intelligent, but that may not be the norm. I can think of a few issues with the program there that I have heard a fair amount of complaints from. The biggest being the head of the program. Oddly enough, the head of the B&S program use to be an instructor at Stritch (I will say this. My wife had this person while at Stritch, and then ran into her at Froedtert while B&S was having clinicals on my wife's old floor. Anyways, my wife thought OMG what happened to this women, did she have a nervous breakdown?).
Also, I can say that the hospital RIGHT next door to Froedtert has no issues with Stritch, as my wife was EASILY hired into the NICU at Children's Hospital with only having an ADN.