As those before me mentioned, it woud be best if you spoke to someone at the school of where you'd like to apply. I, however, want to give you a little bit of encouragement. I had my son when I was 18 and in my first semester of college. Needless to say I had some horrible grades on my transcripts. When I decided to return to school a few years ago, my GPA was LOOOW! I can't even remember what it was. However, I worked my butt off and got my Associate's at a community college in May of 2017. I transferred to a University August of 2017 and I will graduate with my Bachelor's this December with Honors. I was planning to apply for OT but, this past May, I decided to pursue one of my lifelong goals. You guessed it, nursing. I began researching schools near me and decided on an accelerated program that will begin in January of 2019. My application was done through NCAS and once my transcripts were added, my overall gpa is a 3.1 but my math and science is a 3.6. However, the school I chose looks at the last 60 hours and my gpa for my last 60 hours is a 3.96. I submitted my application early and I got my acceptance 5 days later. It wouldn't hurt to apply. Good luck.