My program only accepts 50 students a year, and has a Minimum ACT score of 26. It is a mandatory 4 year program, meaning that if you come in to the University and major in something else for a year, even if you are a sophomore, you still have to spend years in the program, so you might end up spending 5-6 years here if you are not accepted as a Freshman.
My University is a little different than most. We are the only highly selective public university in Midwest. The average ACT score on campus for incoming freshman in 30. 25 is the lower limit. But the wierd thing is, we have an extremely high drop out rate. My nursing program started out with 50 students, 23 are left, and 6 of the ones who are left were worried at the end of the year that they might not have the GPA to stay. (We have to keep over a 3.0 to stay in the program). I am not sure how many we will have left when school restarts on the 27th.
Lucky for me, all the girls that I have gotten really close to are hard workers, so I havent lost any friends out of the program
2 semesters left!