Registrar's Office

GPA Calculator

Want to know your GPA for the semester or estimate your cumulative GPA? Enter the appropriate letter grade you expect to receive for each course along with the course credit hours and calculate!  Also, grades of 'P' and 'S' are not used to compute GPA. Note: Enter letter grades in all caps.

   Grade Credits
Class 1
Class 2
Class 3
Class 4
Class 5
Class 6
Class 7
Class 8
   Quality Points GPA Hrs
Cumulative/Overall GPA Prior to Current Semester:


Note:  Content of this web page is provided for informational purposes only and are only estimates.  Repeats could cause a difference in actual GPA and this estimated GPA.  If you are currently enrolled in a course that would be a first-time repeat, you need to subtract the quality points of the previous course from the overall quality points and GPA hours of the previous course from the overall GPA Hours before entering to calculate cumulative GPA.

To calculate your cumulative GPA, you will need to view your transcript on-line using RaiderNet via PipelineMT or view a hard copy of your transcript.  You will need to enter the points (Quality Points) and hours (GPA Hours) listed under the TRANSCRIPT TOTALS summary line from the transcript.  At the undergraduate level, You will have two groups of GPAs--Overall and Overall Combined. If you have taken developmental studies classes (applies to undergraduate students only), you will see these credits included in the Overall Combined line.  The Overall Combined GPA is the combined undergraduate college and remedial/developmental GPA.  This GPA is used to determine retention standards (good standing/probation/suspension).  The Overall GPA is the undergraduate college level GPA which is used to determine graduation and graduation with honors.

Sample Transcript

TRANSCRIPT TOTALS (UNDERGRADUATE)

Attempted Hours

Passed Hours

Earned Hours

GPA
Hours
Quality Points

GPA

Total Institution:
Total Transfer:
Overall:

Institution Combined:
Transfer Combined:
Overall Combined:

121.000
10.000
131.000

124.000
19.000
143.000

111.000
10.000
121.000

114.000
19.000
133.000

111.000
10.000
121.000

114.000
19.000
133.000

102.000
10.000
112.000

105.000
19.000
124.000

339.970
37.000
376.970

345.970
55.000
400.970

3.333
3.700
3.366

3.295
2.895
3.234

The GPA Hours and Quality Points in blue are used to determine graduation and graduation with honors.
The GPA Hours and Quality Points in red are used to determine retention (good standing/probation/suspension) standards.

Retention Standards–Undergraduates.  If you are trying to project your GPA to determine retention standards, you need to use your "Overall Combined" information.  A student failing to meet one of the following standards during any term will be placed on academic probation for the subsequent term:

1.  attain a 2.00 GPA for current term, or
2.  meet one of the following retention standards:
    00-29.99 GPA hours         1.50
    30-49.99 GPA hours         1.80
    50 or more GPA hours       2.00

A student on academic probation who fails to meet one of the above standards during the next term in which enrolled will be suspended.  Students previously suspended are not eligible for probationary status.  Graduate students should check the graduate catalog to review retention standards.  Undergraduate students should visit Academic Appeals to obtain more information.

Graduation with Honors–Undergraduates.  If you are trying to project your GPA to determine honors, you need to use your "Overall" information.  Recognition of honors at the graduation ceremony will be made for those students obtaining the required GPA by the beginning of their final semester.

Cum Laude: 3.50 - 3.74
Magna Cum Laude:  3.75 - 3.89
Summa Cum Laude:  3.90 - 4.00

Notation of graduation with honors is entered on the diploma and the transcript and is based on the cumulative GPA on all degree credit courses.