I was in a similar situation, whereas my undergrad gpa was only a 3.3. I contacted the admissions departments and academic advisers at FAU, FIU, UCF, UNF, USF, and my alma mater, FSU (Go Seminoles!) and was basically told that I would not be accepted to the accelerated programs with a 3.3 and it was highly unlikely that I would get into the standard two year programs.
So, I too applied to Barry University and got accepted into the Spring '08 ABSN Program. Then, I began to lose sleep and hair trying to figure out how to repay the private loans it would take to pay the $12000/semester tuition and all the other non-sense fees they tack on top.
Finally, after speaking to nurses in the field, I decided to take the ASN route ($6000 tuition for the program and all fees).
Later, I will do a bridge program to a MSN.