Grade Point Average
The grade point average (GPA) is determined by multiplying the credit points (for example, B+ = 3.3) by the number of credit hours for each course. Next, add up the total credit hours attempted, total the credit points, and divide the number of points by the number of hours. GPA is calculated and truncated to two decimal places (hundredths). GPA is not rounded.
Grades of I, IP, NC, NR, W, NP or P are not included in the grade point average. 'NA' (Never-Attend) grades are treated like 'F' grades and should be counted as such. Incomplete grades that are not completed within one calendar year from the quarter the original course was taken are converted to grades of ‘F’ in the GPA. All grades for repeated courses are included in determining the GPA.