School #2 is clearly a Cisco Networking Academy and of course I would recommend that.
Check out the the big picture stuff here -htttp://cisco.netacad.net
and actual course offerings here -http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/netac ... index.html
And its 2 semesters (not 2 years) to cover off A+, CCNA, possibly CCNA-Voice, and some MS stuff. Then in second year they may offer CCNA-Security and CCNP. You'll get the school diploma/degree plus be ready for the various cert exams. Do well in CNET 104 CISCO Network Associate 4 and you'll qualify for a 50% discount off the CCNA cert exam.
Doing CCNA and other cert study on your own while also studying the college course will not be easy despite what others may say.
That said school #1 could also be a Networking Academy but they may have a no-vendor advertising policy (some universities are like that) - check here http://cisco.netacad.net/cnams/locators/LocatorMain.jsp
to locate academeis near you.