Grade Point Average Standard
A college-level cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (C) is required to graduate with a degree, diploma, certificate or completion of the
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.
Grade Point Average Computation
For each grade students earn in a course, they will be assigned honor points.
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|FW = Failure due to Unofficial Withdraw||0|
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|W = Withdraw||0|
The student’s GPA is obtained from these honor points by calculating the total number of points (honor points per credit times the credits for each course) and dividing that total by the total course credits. An example follows:
GPA = 34 / 17 = 2.0
GPA Calculator – For Informational Purposes Only
To view your official GPA,
check your transcript. To calculate your GPA for informational purposes only go to
End-of-term grade reports are available online by logging into your
eServices account approximately 5 days after the term ends.
Once a student is admitted to their selected program and has completed 12 credits with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher and a 100% completion rate, they will be placed on the Dean’s list. A notation will be made on the student’s transcript to indicate this achievement.