For the purpose of computing current and cumulative grade averages, grade points are assigned as follows: A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0.
A student's grade point average is computed by multiplying the number of credit hours by the grade points assigned to the grade and then dividing the sum of these several products by the total number of hours which the student has attempted.
Since grade point averages can affect financial aid, academic awards, admission to other institutions, and scholarships, students are strongly encouraged to stay informed about their grade point average. Intermediate algebra is the only developmental education class that is counted in grade point average calculations because it is a requirement for some AAS degrees. Grades in all other developmental classes are not counted in computing the grade point average. To check your grade point average, check your unofficial transcript on CampusConnect.