I don't currently attend Denver College. I applied this time last year for the April 2017 start date and was accepted but couldn't afford the program at the time since the cost of the program is ridiculous and you're only given $12,500 from the school. I received an "interview email" but if you receive an email saying, "congratulations, your application has been processed and you can now move forward with scheduling an interview" it basically means you've been accepted. The "interview" is very informal and a way for the school to get to know you and for you to tour the facility and arrange your finances. The only question your asked is "what made you interested in DCN" and your response is not recorded - you're still considered accepted.
The admissions director does a majority of the talking and is super friendly and really goes out of her way to make you feel welcomed and comfortable. My "interview and tour" lasted 2 hours which is more than I could have ever asked for when wanting to find out information about a school.
The school itself is still growing but their NCLEX pass rates have been in 90's (disregard FAFSA stats) and the classes are held in one main building and clinical's are a 5 minute walk to another building, they really space out classes (you only take 3 at a time) through 7 quarters (21 months altogether) with a 1 week break in between quarters. Everyone I ran into at the school was super friendly and helpful with questions even if it was irrelevant such as, "where is a good place to eat while visiting Denver?"
I've reapplied to the school and am hoping to be accepted again because there wasn't one thing I didn't love about the school, atmosphere, friendliness and helpfulness I received while visiting.
Hope this helps!