GPA Calculator

Campbell University Grade Point Average Calculator


STEP 1: Enter cumulative totals

Enter your cumulative totals into the appropriate blanks below. You may obtain your cumulative totals from your Self-Service account.

Semester Hrs Attempted Semester Hrs Passed Total Quality Points Cumulative Grade Point Average

NOTE: The Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) is determined by dividing the Total Quality Points by the Total Semester Hours Attempted. You can enter your actual Cumulative Totals to yield a Cumulative GPA accurate to three decimal points. You can also project your Grade Point Average and run what if scenarios by inserting your anticipated totals into the blanks. See explanation of GPA and quality points >


STEP 2: Enter anticipated grades

For each course you are taking, select your anticipated grade from the drop down menu and enter the number of credit hours attempted of each class into the appropriate blanks below. Fill in one line for each class. If the course you are currently taking is a repeat of a previous attempted course, select the grade received for the previous attempt in the last column. Then click “Calculate GPA” to project your semester and/or term GPA.

Course Grade Hours Attempted Hours Passed Quality Points Previous Grade for a Repeat Course
Semester Totals
Cumulative Totals

Semester GPA:
Cumulative GPA:


Grading Scales & Quality Points

The grading scales with the assigned quality points are as follows:

Grade Quality of Work 4-Point Scale
A Superior/Excellent 4
B Above Average 3
C Average 2
D Below Average 1
F Failure/Non-mastery of material 0
FX Failure due to Honor Violation 0
I Incomplete 0
IC Incomplete Continued 0
AU Audit 0
P Passing (Graduate only) Hours Only

Grades of “A, B, C, D, F, FX, and I” are included in semester hours attempted and will affect the grade point average. Grades of “IC, W, AU, and P” will not affect the grade point average.

A grade of “I” (Incomplete) must be removed by the completion of the work within 30 days after the opening of the next semester; otherwise, it will be recorded as an “F”. A grade of “IC” must be removed by the completion of the work within 120 days. A student may appeal a grade within a period of one academic year from the semester in which the grade was assigned. No changes to the transcript will be made after a twelve-month period unless a professor acknowledges in writing that an error in grade reporting has occurred

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