Managing your academic experience is an integral part of academic success in college. Understanding your GPA will keep you on track! In this tutorial you will learn how to:
- identify the components that are used to calculate your GPA
- interpret your unofficial transcript in Banner Self Service to calculate your GPA
- calculate a semester GPA based on estimated grades
- calculate your cumulative GPA based on estimated semester grades
Please enter your estimated semester grades and credit hours below. If you prefer to calculate your GPA by hand, click here to learn the formula.
|3.6 to 4.0||3.9 Summa cum laude
3.7 Magna cum laude
3.7 Dean's list
|3.1 to 3.5||3.5 is the minimum GPA to keep most scholarships.
Check with the provider of any scholarship money to confirm your GPA expectations. SLU scholarship? Visit Student Financial Services for more information.
3.5 Cum laude
|2.6 to 3.0||3.0 Minimum GPA employer's look for when reviewing candidates
3.0 and higher are considered Good Standing at the University
|2.0 to 2.5||Your probably have some classes you do well in, but others may drag you down.
Warning: For some programs, 2.5 and less is considered program probation.
If you fall in this range, check with your academic department.
|Less than 1.99||1.99 cumulative GPA qualifies you for academic probation and possibly dismissal from the University.
Contact your academic advisor if you think your GPA may fall under a 2.0.