I am currently in the ABSN program (Sacramento campus) and wanted to say good luck to everyone. It is a nerve wrecking process, the wait is killer. They generally start notifying in September. As in previous threads, people start comparing their stats and I just wanted to say, don't get discouraged if your stats are not as high as other applicants. SMU looks at the application as a whole, not just grades and TEAS scores.
Good luck everyone! It's an exciting, fast-paced, stressful program but worth it. Just be prepared to work for it. However, it's not as hard as other threads have made it sound. I think this also depends on the instructors so as they tell us all the time, be flexible and breath.