3.2 is not an abysmal GPA. It could be better sure, but if that is the biggest chink in your armor I'd say you're in pretty darn good shape. Now you just have to worry about essays and the group interview at this point.
Edit: Also given your profile and apparent regional preference, I'd take a look at Booth and Kellogg as well.
Thank you for this reply I'm really worried about the GPA but I'm hoping that my accounting and finance class grades will be what they focus on. Do you think taking a calc class for an alternative transcript would be worth it?
Well we do know that adcoms love their Calc courses (especially Fuqua lol). If you haven't taken Calc in your undergrad studies I can see a couple of major benefits of acing a course: 1) You can demonstrate to the adcoms your willingness to address any perceived weaknesses and obliterate any remaining concerns as to your quant abilities and 2) You can approach your essays and interviews with increased confidence once you get that nagging monkey of doubt off your back. If a class helps you erase any insecurities, then it's a no-brainer imo.
Good luck, I'm sure you'll do well.