Not many extracurriculars, but a really strange situation-college admissions?

<p>Hi guys! I've been wondering quite a bit about my chances for colleges lately, and I've been getting kind of worried because I don't have many extracurriculars. However, it's not a lack of interest; it's a lack of time.
I've been working 3-6 days a week since Freshman year, because I contribute to the cost of my education. Currently, I work 32 hours a week at a local convince store.</p>

<p>Here are my stats: </p>

<p>GPA: 3.2 UW, 4.1 W (high honors courses)
Intended major: nursing
Extracurriculars: campus ministry (1 year) St. Vincent de Paul society (1 year), House of Compassion (1 year).</p>

<p>I am in NHS and the French Honor Society. </p>

<p>I know that I'm definitely not getting into any top tier schools, but do you think UMASS Dartmouth, Salem State, or Quinnipiac would be out of reach?</p>

<p>Working IS an extracurricular.</p>

<p>If anything brings you down it will be the GPA.</p>

<p>Need test scores to know for certain.</p>

<p>I think working and contributing to the cost of your education can demonstrate maturity and other things, which is attractive in an applicant.</p>

<p>SAT: 780-570-720, retaking.</p>

<p>Working count as EC lol.
You got good GPA and SAT. Just been them up a little.</p>