Grade Point Averages

Grade point averages are computed on the basis of four points for each credit of A, three points for each credit of B, two points for each credit of C, one point for each credit of D, and zero points for each credit of F. Marks of I, P, NP, W, and AU are disregarded in the computation of the grade point average. The grade point average is the total number of grade points divided by the total number of credits in which A, B, C, D, and F are received.

Courses with grades of D or F may be repeated for a higher grade. All grades earned will appear on the transcript. However, when a course is repeated, the first grade will be changed to an R and no longer included in the GPA calculation or the accumulated total credits. The first earned grade of C or better will count into the GPA calculation and the accumulated credit total.