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Grade Points


Letter grades are assigned numerical values, or "grade points", as follows per semester hour:

A = 4 grade points

B = 3 grade points

C = 2 grade points

D = 1 grade point

F = 0 grade points

Courses with a grade of "P", "W", or "I" are not assigned grade point values and are not considered in computing grade point average (GPA). When a course is repeated, the higher grade earned is included in the computation of the GPA.

A student's GPA is determined by dividing the total grade points earned by the total number of hours attempted. To illustrate, a student who has attempted 30 semester hours, earning 60 grade points, would have a GPA of 2.0.