GPA Calculator

Want to know your GPA for the semester or estimate your cumulative GPA? Enter the appropriate letter grade you expect to receive for each course along with the course credit hours and calculate! Also, grades of 'P' and 'S' are not used to compute GPA. Note: Enter letter grades in all caps.

Warning: This calculator is not tied to the University Student Records System. The results are based only on the data you supply! Also, you will need a browser that supports JavaScript in order to use this calculator (e.g., Firefox, Safari, or Opera.)

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Re-click the Compute buttons for Predicted Current GPA, Cumulative GPA transcript data, and Predicted Cumulative GPA whenever you change the "what-if" numbers entered into this calculator. Otherwise, your new "what-if" numbers will NOT be factored into the GPA predictions and your results will be incorrect.

# OF GPA HOURS GRADE POINT AVERAGE # OF QUALITY POINTS
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# OF GPA HOURS GRADE POINT AVERAGE # OF QUALITY POINTS
Cumulative GPA transcript data
Predicted Cumulative GPA

Note: Content of this web page is provided for informational purposes only and are only estimates. Repeats could cause a difference in actual GPA and this estimated GPA. If you are currently enrolled in a course that would be a first-time repeat, you need to subtract the quality points of the previous course from the overall quality points and GPA hours of the previous course from the overall GPA Hours before entering to calculate cumulative GPA.

To calculate your cumulative GPA, you will need to view your transcript on-line using RaiderNet via PipelineMT or view a hard copy of your transcript. You will need to enter the points (Quality Points) and hours (GPA Hours) listed under the TRANSCRIPT TOTALS summary line from the transcript. At the undergraduate level, You will have two groups of GPAs--Overall and Overall Combined. If you have taken developmental studies classes (applies to undergraduate students only), you will see these credits included in the Overall Combined line. The Overall Combined GPA is the combined undergraduate college and remedial/developmental GPA. This GPA is used to determine retention standards (good standing/probation/suspension). The Overall GPA is the undergraduate college level GPA which is used to determine graduation and graduation with honors.

This GPA Calculator was adapted from the GPA Calculator created by Tom O'Brien of the UC Berkeley Academic Achievement Division.

For retention standards and the policy for repeated courses, consult the appropriate catalog:
Undergraduate Catalog: http://catalog.mtsu.edu/
Graduate Catalog: http://catalog.mtsu.edu/index.php?catoid=9