I've done a semester of classes there and I must say that I love it. Being a private school, smaller classes, more interaction with teachers, online hybrid classes, etc, its a well-rounded school to look into.
I'm aware that tuition is reasonable at Wlimington and frankly, that's why I find the school attractive. I got my application and supporting documents in before the 1 April deadline and hope to be accepted into the MSN-FNP program for the Fall.
Thanks for the sentiment. I have a good grad school cum (>3.6) and a BSN average near 3.9, but my overall GPA barely makes it to 3.0 because of a poor academic record in my first undergrad degree. I'm optimistic but will just have to wait and see.