I graduated from WCU north hollywood in 2017. Honestly, the program did the job. There are teachers that are better than others and etc, but that's how it probably is everywhere. You have to have the self control and motivation to study. I felt prepared for the NCLEX and felt that the staff was helpful. For BSN, if you can go elsewhere you should. ONLY because of the price. If you can save money, save money! There are many who had to get a private loan and are struggling to pay it off, it's doable if you can get it covered with federal loans alone.
Besides that, people do kind of look down at WCU. It does have a reputation of "oh you bought your degree". It is getting better though. I fortunately did not have a hard time and was able to get into a new grad residency program after school, but just keep that in mind.
Overall though, I would recommend the school if you can't get in elsewhere and don't want to be waitlisted elsewhere foreevvverr.