Dreag87, sorry that your experience with St. Paul's was so negative. I'm a fourth semester student about to graduate in a month. I had an awesome time the last 2 years at SPSON. My admissions process was quick. I had everything ready, was proactive when it came to getting the next thing done that was in the admissions checklist and so I was in with no hiccups along the way. Most of the students had the same experience I did. But as usual positive experiences are usually not shared as readily as negative experiences. As far as teachers, they are awesome! I learned so much from my med surg, peds, OB, psych professors. Again, every school has good teachers and some bad ones. The bad ones weren't really that bad either. But what happens is that people quickly blame those teachers for why they didn't do well, whereas a good student will do fine regardless of the teaching style of a single professor. The school isn't going to hand you a diploma because you paid so much. It's a tough program. Might be easy to get in but the class I started with is only left with a little less than 50% with another 30 or so who won't be graduating. It's a small school so yes the library isn't anything to write home about but it's useful if you use the resources available. They have tutoring and academic coaching to help you out when you struggle. One of the best things about the size being small is that literally every faculty and administration staff remembers your name and more.
Whatever school you decide to go to make sure you work hard. No one is "entitled" to anything. You gotta work your butt of for the degree and then some.
Hope this help, good luck with your nursing education!