There is so much competition for seats in most nursing programs
these days that a 2.0 (or thereabouts) GPA is not going to be very competitive. The last BSN program in which I taught (a state uni program, respectable but not prestigious or distinguished) said in all of their literature that a 2.5 GPA was the minimum to apply, but the reality was that no one with less than a 3.7 got admitted, just because there were so many qualified applicants with GPAs that high or higher that all the seats were filled before they got around to considering anyone with lower GPAs. A lot of nursing programs are in that situation these days, and you'd be amazed at who is not
getting into nursing programs these days ... However, different schools handle admissions differently. It certainly can't hurt to talk to schools that interest you.
Also, you will have an opportunity to bring up your GPA with your prerequisite coursework, and some schools look primarily at the grades in your prerequisite and science courses, rather than your overall GPA. Best wishes for your journey!