In this time and age, ADN's and BSN's are still RPN's (basically, there is no license difference between ADN's and BSN's..)
Usually, the only difference between either is pay rate.
Also, Most (if not all) employers do not look at the school you went to, or what your GPA was.... They look to see if you passed your NCLEX, and were issued a nursing license (My mom went to College of Staten island. She is treated, and respected equally to nurses that went to such exclusive schools as johns hopkins, LIC and Beth Israel...I went to Curtis School of Licenced Practical Nursing, and I'm treated and respected equally to nurses who went to exclusive private vocational schools in the area.... Basically, all nursing schools are very exclusive- waiting lists are all long, and grade dependant... if you do poorly, you are dropped.)
So, I guess I'm trying to say,
Do what you can afford, if you can go all the way, go ahead, if you can only afford to get your ADN, go for it, you can end up having your job pay for the continuing education eventually.
Hope this helped.