I am currently a Student at UNCG 2nd semester freshmen. Just like you my SAT or ACT score was not high enough to start out as pre-nursing. So I started out as a pre-health studies major which was basically created in order to place students who do not met the pre-nursing requirements. I just recently turned in my form to change my major to pre-nursing which now requires at least 15 semester hours and a 3.0 GPA. You could easily change your major to pre- heath when you start if you would like, just remember all of your orientation will be based off your Spanish major if you let then know that you want to do nursing they will allow you to attend information sessions about pre-nursing at soar as well. You mentioned earlier that you were worried about them not accepting transfer students as much. I do not know that to be true but they have less then 100 spots for upper level division nursing with over 150 applying to the program. If you want to go to uncg and do nursing you will have to have at least a 3.5 gpa to get in the program. They did not accept anyone under a 3.5 gpa last year. Its a lot harder then it looks because of the course load. You will be taking 15-18 credit hours at a time. You could also take courses at a community college over the summer and then transfer them to lower the course work during the year and it would lower cost. I would take all of your science course at uncg though because they really build off each other. This is a list of all the course you are required to take and a lot of info about the program if you have not seen it before. http://nursing.uncg.edu/undergraduat...fo%20Sheet.pdf
I know all of that sounds scary and all but as long as you work hard you can make it in the program.
Good luck!! and I am sorry that was so long