The GPA calculator is for personal and informational purposes only. The calculations are unofficial. Your official GPA and academic record is available on LORIS.
Use the calculator to determine:
- How the grades you have earned or attempted in a term will affect your cumulative GPA.
- The grades you will need to meet your program's progression and graduation requirements.
Calculating Your GPA
- Start from your existing GPA, which is available on LORIS.
- Enter the number of credits you have earned or attempted to date and your cumulative GPA.
- Enter current and anticipated courses and actual or anticipated grades. Use one line for each. You must include both failed and successful course attempts. Note: If you have failed a course and repeated it or are repeating it, use only the grade achieved in the second attempt in your calculation; do not include both the first attempt and the second attempt grades in your calculation. If you are registered in a general degree program and have exceeded 2.0 credits of repeated courses, this rule does not apply.
Calculating GPA Improvement if Retaking a Failed Course
If you wish to determine how much of an improvement you will see if you repeat a course that you have failed:
- Complete the GPA calculation including the grade of F.
- Do the calculation a second time, replacing the original grade of F with the grade you are working toward in your second attempt of the course. Hit "calculate" again.
A grade of DR, XF or F is a failed course with a ‘zero’ GPA value.
If the final exam is not written, the course is failed. When an X appears beside a final passing grade, the final examination was not written and the grade is based upon term work.
If the course was dropped after academic deadline, the course is failed.