I'm just about to graduate from Sac State with a BSN. As you're probably aware, the program is on a conventional two-year, four semester schedule. It's very fast-paced, particularly during the first two semesters. You must be prepared to devote your full attention to school. However, anyone who qualifies to get into the program can successfully get through it. Standards are high but the faculty is terrific and is very supportive of the students. Clinical sites, particularly UCDMC, are excellent.
The School of Nursing just moved into a spacious new building that is slightly removed from the main campus. It has plenty of lab space, spacious classrooms, very cool new simulators, and some nice amenities such as multiple study spaces for students, the largest computer lab on campus, a nice lunchroom, and a patio. The building has its own parking lot, so you won't have to fight for a space.
Sac State's program has a very good reputation. In my opinion (and I have very obvious bias), that reputation is well deserved.