I'm very interested in applying for the CHOICE program at Regis next January. I've done my fair share of research in nursing programs in the Denver Metro area and I believe this would be a good fit for me. Now that I'm all excited about it, I'm wondering if anyone out there was accepted with a less than stellar (just below 3.0) GPA for their undergrad degree cum GPA. I'm currently taking my pre-reqs and that will include 3 of the 4 sciences needed. I plan to bust it out and get A's in all my pre-reqs. I'd like to think I'm a better student 6 years later than I was when I was farting around in undergrad. I know my pre-req GPA will be higher than my undergrad GPA. I do currently work at a hospital as a program coordinator, I'll have strong recommendations and some moderate volunteer experience.
I am planning to go to the info session in April, but until then I'm not getting too much information out of the admissions counselor, which is understandable, because I'm sure she doesn't want to have to repeat herself. Can anyone give me some input in the meantime? Also, if you're in the program are you liking the schedule.
Thanks so much for your responses. As if this all isn't stressful enough, I'd like to have a glimmer of hope!