I enrolled at FNU currently. I was admitted into the FNP program, but have since transferred to the WHNP program. They are proud of their CNM program, and should be - it's the #1 program in the country. The midwife program is the foundation of the school. During Frontier Bound (the onsite orientation) they inform the WHNP students that they can complete the CNM and WHNP together in almost the same amount of time as they can the WHNP alone. It works out to numerically just one additional class. That might be part of the reason why they graduate more CNM than just WHNPs alone.
The class I applied to, along with the one before and after, had their admissions close early -so you have to keep an eye on the dead line.
I will say that my class is fairly diverse in ethnicity, age, and background. There were also two men in the class, both in the FNP program.
I have 5 years of nursing experience, both hospital and clinic. I have a 3.9 GPA, wrote the essays honestly, and hoped for the best.
If you have any other specific questions I'd be happy to answer them best I can.