Yes, I got accepted to Columbia, JHU and DUSON. For me, I am not into gaining study abroad opportunities since I have done it before and I travel often. I also do not intend to learn medical Spanish since I already speak two more languages other than English.
Both Columbia and JHU are more expensive than DUSON for their comparable programs (I don't mind whether it's a MSN or ABSN). And they are more than double the tuition for the ABSN program at OHSU! JHU adds another year of studies which is also something to consider. On the other hand, although Columbia a one-year program, its intensity is insane! I definitely don't think I can pursue much other things while I am in the program even being in a great city, plus I prefer a more balanced school life. So I am most likely going to choose DUSON and it's a good well-rounded university overall.
For you, I think it really depends what your priorities are. Are you only focusing on nursing or want a more balanced school life? How much are you willing to pay or borrow loans? The higher the costs, the bigger the risks (Columbia is the most risky out of the 3). How much does the location matter to you? How intense can you handle the amount of course load? My ranking of intensities (from lowest to highest): OHSU --> DUSON --> JHU --> Columbia. What are your goals for nursing? For the clinical rotations at OHSU, I suggest you ask the current students and see how/where do they go and their thoughts about the quality of the program.
Hope it helps.