The map on the ISU website indicates states which allow / don't allow students IN those states to complete the LPN-BS Track in those states...it does NOT refer to whether those states accept nurses with degrees from ISU to be licensed in those states. Said map located at http://www.indstate.edu/health/sites/health.indstate.edu/files/bnc-states-that-recognize-isu-lpn-bs.pdf
Per the web at LPN-BS track - BS | College of Health and Human Services
Successful completion of the program requirements makes you eligible to sit for the NCLEX-RN through the Indiana Board of Nursing. The NCLEX-RN may be taken anywhere in the country and if successfully passed, will result in an Indiana Registered Nursing License. Graduates of the program can then proceed to request an endorsed license in the state in which they reside. Please contact your state licensing authority to assure that, upon completion of the Indiana State University LPN/LVN to BS track of the baccalaureate nursing program, you are qualified to obtain a license or other form of certification.