Hi. I'm in an ADN program right now and I don't graduate until now next year. However, I want to really have my top 2 choices down for RN to BSN because I am at a place where I can take "extra" gen ed classes and I want to make sure that it's worth it and choose the right classes to go towards my RN to BSN. So here are my criteria/a little about me. 1) affordable. I'd really like to spend less than $20k on my BSN. Ideally $15k or less. I plan to pursue a Master's so I'd like to minimize extra debt I accrue. 2) I plan to work full time and my girls will be 6 and 3 when I start. 3) Time. My aim is to not take longer than 18 months. I would love to complete it in a year 4) I am comfortable with online classes. At least half of my non-nursing classes have been online. I don't have issues writing papers although I think I prefer tests. I find discussion boards tedious and useless. I need something self paced. So far I've been looking at WGU, Walden, and Capella. My only gripe with WGU is the 3.0 GPA I would end up with. Not a huge deal, as the Masters program I plan to go to had accepted WGU graduates, but for scholarships it would be nice. Thoughts, suggestions, warnings, personal experiences?