As someone who has been through the same program, I am terribly sorry that you have had this experience. I don't know what your particular circumstances are, but feel the need to stand up for MCG (now GHSU) from my perspective. As a student, I felt quite the opposite of you in many circumstances. Our professors were knowledgeable, and genuinely wanted us to succeed. The administrators, while busy, were willing to work with circumstances as they arose. I know of many of the current faculty, though they may be different from those that you had, and have great respect for them. I felt very prepared coming into the field, or at least as prepared as any newly licensed nurse, and have advanced in the field to a CNL position fairly rapidly.
Please do not base your decision off of one person's report. Do your own investigating, and evaluate what is best for you and your lifestyle. There are discrete differences in the way ADNs, BSNs, and students in this program (MSN) are trained to think, and you must decide where you fit best. There are fewer opportunities for advancement for ADNs, though if you want to be a staff nurse it is just fine. BSNs are in great demand. MSNs are trained to think critically, and in this program are additionally trained to be Clinical Nurse Leaders, which is a whole different ballgame. So please - do not let one unhappy student deter you. Just another (former) student's opinion.