Long story short, I had a lot of issues during my undergrad and ended up with a 2.2 GPA (non-nursing major). After realizing that I wanted to go into nursing, I realized that some programs would only look at the last 60 units of your coursework and retook classes at community college. My current 60-unit GPA is at a 3.6, (last 45 units a 4.0). I've worked as both a pharmacy technician and a medical scribe and have other research/leadership positions. I would really appreciate any advice or any programs anyone knows that adheres to the more lenient 60 unit GPA policy (I've seen California Baptiste, Cal-State SF, and Samuel Merritt) or any program that I might have a higher chance of getting into? I do see that Johns Hopkins and Columbia do not have an minimum GPA requirement so I will be applying there as well. Thank you in advance for any advice!!