Kayak, I agree with you completely. I have a friend who is trying to get in there and they have done nothing but string her along. Granted she barely met the gpa requirement, but they have her taking the NLN for a third time (in 6 months) because they've decided now they would really like to see a higher score then the previously required minimum score (which she did meet on the second time). She's currently taking classes there now and met all the other requirements. She also went to the meeting and now here we are in June and they still haven't given her a straight answer. It's either yes or no. It looks like she's going to have to reapply for next fall. This is the only school she applied to and I guess she really has her heart set on it.
I gave up on them too and haven't bothered sending my spring transcripts to see if I was accepted or not. I have a 3.84 gpa, a 144 on the NLN but because I was still finishing my sciences this spring they couldn't make a decision. Got As in both of them. Apparently my friend has a friend who bombed the verbal section of the NLN but was offered acceptance based on a near perfect GPA (how does that happen?). I understand they have a policy, but it seems like they've made allowances regarding other requirements and they wouldn't do that for me when I really needed to make a decision.
I was offered acceptance to Widener back in January (!) with a 1/2 scholarship
based on my current grades and didn't have those sciences completed. So needless to say that's where I am now, started last month and so far so good and I feel that the whole process was pretty organized and straightforward compared to LaSalle.