Academic Progress can refer to hours completed, but it also includes the important area of grades and grade point average (GPA). Grades determine the difference between being in good academic standing and not, being eligible for academic honors, meeting major and extracurricular activity requirements, and grades can affect future endeavors after graduation. As a general policy, the minimum GPA required to maintain good academic standing is a 2.000 overall GPA, but as students think more about grades, effort can be made to achieve the highest academic goals.  It is always your responsibility, as the student, to track your own grades throughout the semester and "stay on target" for a successful academic year.

Grading Scale and GPA Calculation
Advising has provided a worksheet and GPA calculator to help you understand how an overall grade point average is calculated.  Use the GPA Calculation Form to see the grading scale and how numerical grade points are computed, and to estimate your GPA. Students will have both a semester GPA and an overall, or Accumulative GPA each term grades are reported. If you are concerned about your grades and/or GPA, see your Academic Advisor if you need help in finding available support services.

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