There are two grade point averages that are relevant to your academic standing. Your semester grade point average is the average of your grades for any one given semester of your college career. Your cumulative grade point average, is the average of your grades overall.
The grade points earned in each course are computed by multiplying the number of credit hours for the course by the grade-point value of the letter grade received. The student’s grade point average (GPA) each semester is determined by dividing the total number of grade points earned in all courses by the total number of credit hours taken.
Students are graded according to the following designations:
This page is intended for your general information. This is NOT connected with the Office of the Registrar or with your records in any way and will not give you "official" information. This calculator works with information that you provide and is merely a tool meant for your personal use to help you calculate your semester GPA.
INSTRUCTIONS: Please enter your grade(s) in the form below using uppercase letters. For example: A+, B-, C. Also enter the number of credit hours for the course(s) in the box to the right of the leter grade. Click the Calculate button when finished.