I just attended their BADNAP info meeting a couple of weeks ago. What I was told was that last year (1st yr of the program) they had about 75 people apply for 30 spots. The lowest GPA was 2.8. and she was someone 4 spots down on the wait list, and got in only after several people dropped out. Everyone else had over 3.0. This year they are hoping to have an additional 30 spots but expect to have about double the applicants as last year, so I'm guessing the GPA's will be about the same. GPA is the ONLY criteria they look at and so it's pretty cut and dry.
The program does sound very intense. I was able to ask lots of questions since there were only about 6 of us at the meeting. What I was told was that you have one full day of in class time, 1 full day of online classes, 2-3 days of labs, and most weeks you have 2 12-hr clinicals, and of course homework. So it is very tough. The clinicals are always scheduled in pairs. You get to list your preferred hospitals and they try to work with that, but you may be expected to drive up to 45min to a location.
They did say that you probably shouldn't work because it's tough. There were one or two students who had to, but it was very, very challenging. Other than that, time will tell. The first class is just about to graduate so who knows about pass rates on NCLEX and that kind of stuff, but it sounded like people were doing well. They did say they started with 30 and I believe they are finishing with a graduating class of 28, or maybe it was 24...
Hope that helps a bit! Good luck