GPA Calculator

Students often wonder just how well they must do in future semesters in order to raise their cumulative quality point average to some desired level.

What if I want to maintain a GPA to...

  • graduate with honors?

  • gain entry into a desired graduate program?

  • remain in or return to good academic standing?

The need to calculate future standing based on past performance and anticipated future grades can be met by answering the following questions.

DISCLAIMER: This calculator does not take repeated courses into account. You should contact your advisor if you are repeating a course and want to determine its effect on your GPA. Repeating a course may change your current GPA. The GPA calculator should be used as an estimate. It does not represent official grades and results will vary based on the information you provide.

You need to provide the following information in order to answer the following questions

Enter Your Current Cumulative GPA:
Enter Your Total Credit Hours Completed to Date (not including current hours):



How will the grades that I anticipate to receive in the courses I am now taking affect my overall GPA?

Answer: Current Courses

# of Credit Hours

Your Anticipated Grade

Course 1
Course 2
Course 3
Course 4
Course 5
Course 6



How many credit hours will I need to raise my GPA to a new specified level?


I would like to raise my cumulative GPA to:

From hereon I can maintain an average of

How many credit hours should I take to achieve my Goal?



What grade point average do I need to achieve this term to raise my cumulative GPA to a new specified level?


I am currently taking credit hours.

If I want to raise my cumulative GPA to at the end of this term,
(for example 3.5, 2.5,....)

What will I have to average on my current courses to reach this goal?

Last Updated 4/9/18