I had a 2.99 GPA when I applied at Rush U. I'm now in my very last two classes of didactic study as an SRNA
and I have a 4.0 GPA. My program is a hybrid setup so I've been in the OR (this quarther 3 days a week) since last fall, the quarter after we start the program. The thing is, many schools use 3.0 as a cutoff point to weed out some marginal candidates. You have to realize that they look at many other characteristics that you have such as your GRE score, your admission application and essay, whether or not you worked while you were in undergrad (and how much you worked), personal issues you may have had, and, probably most importantly, your interview. Check out my post about admission essays I gave to Bigwalldave. Talk to a representative face to face and ask them to give you a course outline of required classes you can take before you apply for school. Also, shadow a CRNA for a day and let the people who admit you to school know that you did that, especially if the CRNA you shadow is a graduate of their school. The admissions board at essentially every school are looking for a whole package, not just a package of grades, and that is from one of the horses mouths, so to speak.