There are several people that have 4.0 GPA's that did not get into Frontier, me being one of them. My advice is to apply to other schools as a back up plan. I applied to another school (whose program that I admit, I didn't research very well) never expecting not to get into the program. Several others have posted on here the same. What kind of student they are looking for, who knows. If you get put on a waiting list, sometimes you'll call back to find out you got moved DOWN the list instead of up.
I have learned they make the rules up as they go along...when I inquired about what I could do to make my application stronger (with a very short, simple, very respectful e-mail), let's just say I got a borderline nasty response in return. Phone calls that previously got instantly returned, didn't get returned at all.
You know how several people have posted on here that they were waitlisted for one class and then offered guaranteed admission at a future class? When I asked about that they told me that they didn't offer that option to anyone, when anyone on this message board knows isn't true.
Yes, I know I may sound like sour grapes, but I get a little suspicious when an application at the end asks how many dependents you have....because that has NOTHING to do with your strength as a nurse.