If you have LVN you should absolutely look into local community colleges. If I remember correctly it only takes one year to become an RN. Chamberlain gives you a few unit credits towards BSN but it’s a drop in the ocean. They are for profit school and transferred only 54 of my 120+ units. You really don’t win much by doing this accelerated program when they make you take all those GE classes.
My sister in law went to ARC for her ADN and now doing her bachelors online through Phoenix, it’s taking her 11 months or something like that from ADN fo BSN and cost is like 12k.
You did a lot for that LVN, don’t let it go to waste! All community colleges in the area give you extra points on your application if you have CNA/LVN license.