Grade Point Total and Grade Point Average
Grade points are assigned as indicated in the 'regular grades' section. Marks of W, I, R, and S have no grade point value.
The grade point total is the sum of grade points (multiply each grade point value by the number of credits for the course) for all courses with grade point value.
The grade point average (GPA) is determined by dividing the grade point total by the number of credits with grade point value.
For example, using a standard four-credit course as a basis, if a student received two A’s (32 points), one B- (10.8 points), and one C+ (9.2 points) divided by 16 (the number of credits), the GPA would be 3.25. If the student received a grade of F (0 points) in a course, the grade point total would still be divided by 16 credits, and the GPA would be lower.