GPA Calculators

Your GPA is a long-term indicator of your success as a student. As such, it is an important statistic reflecting your ability to consistently perform at some academic level.

Your GPA is a computation of the average of all your grades earned during the course of some specific time period. Usually, this period covers either one semester or your entire academic career at a particular level (i.e., high-school, college, grad-school, etc.).

Traditionally, GPAs are computed on a 4-point scale. Using this method, letter grades are assigned a number of grade points according to the table below. Quality points for the course are then computed by multiplying the grade points by the number of credit hours. The GPA is calculated by dividing the total number of quality points earned by the total amount of credit hours attempted. Therefore, a GPA would fall into the range from 0.0 to 4.0.

Letter Grade
Grade Points
A
4
B
3
C
2
D
1
F
0

Grades and hours of courses with "AU", "I", "NC", "W", or "WP" recorded are not utilized in computing the grade point average.

Consider the following coursework as an example.

Course
Grade
Credit Hours
Quality Points
Freshman English A
B
3
9
College Algebra
A
3
12
Intro. to Computers
B
3
9
General Psychology
W
3
0
Intro. to Chemistry
C
4
8
Intro. to Chemistry Lab
 
0
0
Totals:
 
13
38

As indicated above, the GPA is computed by dividing the total quality points, 38, by the total number of credit hours attempted, 13.

GPA = 38/13 = 2.92

Use one of these calculators to determine how your grades will affect your current or future GPA. Please note if you are taking classes for grade forgiveness, none of these calculations will work.  Please contact the Registrar’s Office.