I started the program in January. There is such a WIDE variety of students in my cohort and I think some of them had to retake those same classes. I am not sure if was because of the grades or if so much time had passed since they took them or what.
My undergrad transcript was average. I failed organic chem and had to retake that. And my calculus grade was not that great. I know those are not pre-reqs for the DEMN program, but they had my transcript and it was there for all to see, you know?
I think that if you do well when you re-take these courses your chance is of getting in is good. I think we have about 6ish UNH alumni in the program out of 24 overall students. They obviously like their alumni, so you definitely have that going for you!
You have a strong background so dont discount that. Being a LNA is going to help you.
I decided to apply on a whim. I was previously looking at schools
in MA and decided to expand my search to NH because my husband (then fiance) ideally wanted to move back to NH. I was at Bunker Hill after class (good ole pre-reqs) and did a google search and UNH DEMN program popped up and I already had all the pre-reqs required. So I said, "why not?" I applied a week before the application was due. I heard back a month later wanting me to come in for an interview (so beginning of Oct...actually 2 days before my wedding...so glad I decided to pop on the internet and check my emails!) and I was acepted on Halloween. The process was SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO fast!
The faculty is really approachable and the interview went really well. But I also dont tend to get too nervous, psyched out over those sorts of things, so maybe it was just me.
Anyways, long winded response later.....I think you should apply.