The catch to everyone being accepted is really the high cost of the school, which you would get at any private university, and that if you can't hack it you will not pass. There is no rounding to percentages and no curve, so even if you are 1 point from passing you probably won't due to the teachers being very strict on the rules. I have been very happy with my education overall (hind sight is always 20/20) I am going to graduate this May. I am not sure if it is this way at every nursing school but my class started with about 48 students and we are now down to about 32. Overall the clinical instructors are very good and want you to learn. If you are planning on staying in Oklahoma for 2 years after you graduate there are scholarships
out there for you, the school doesn't really give very many scholarships to the Bachelors to BSN program, but I have no clue about the traditional route. Integris does offer a scholarship
that if you work for them during school or sign up with a contract to work with them afterwards you can get money through them as well.
The BBSN program especially has very high NCLEX pass rates, I believe last year only 1 person didn't pass on the first try. The teachers really try to give you hints on the NCLEX and give HESI specialty and exit exams. Also, HESI gives a review at the end of your senior year to help you prepare. One of the instructors is a Kaplan instructor so she is a very helpful resource.
Overall if you can get over the money aspect you will most likely be happy if you go in with an open mind and realize that every school has its own quirks.
Hope this helps!