GPA Calculator

KU cumulative GPA earned so far:
Total KU A-F hours:
Credit Hour(s)
per course
Grade Grade points
Semester GPA     
Cumulative GPA  
 
KU cumulative Grade Points divided by KU cumulative A-F hours = KU Cumulative GPA<

KU cumulative grade points and KU cumulative A-F hours can be found on your ARTS form. Ask your advisor or CLAS Student Academic Services if you have difficulty finding this information.

How To Use The Semester/Cumulative GPA Calculator:

Semester GPA

  1. Enter the credit hours for each course that you are enrolled in.
  2. Select the grade you earned, or think you will earn, in each course.
  3. Next to the semester GPA box at the bottom, press the "Calculate" button.

Cumulative GPA

  1. Enter the KU cumulative GPA you have earned so far.
  2. Enter the total KU A-F hours that you have earned so far.
  3. Enter the number of credit hours for each class that you are currently enrolled in.
  4. Select the grade you earned or think you will earn in each course.
  5. Next to the cumulative GPA box at the bottom, press the "Calculate" button.

 

 

 

Grading Scale

GPA = Total Points/Total Hours*

Grade
 
Points
A
=
4.0
A-
=
3.7
B+
=
3.3
B
=
3.0
B-
=
2.7
C+
=
2.3
C
=
2.0
C-
=
1.7
D+
=
1.3
D
=
1.0
D-
=
0.7
F
=
0.0

* I, WG, CR, NC, P do not count in the grading scale.

 

Contact

Student Academic Services
clas109@ku.edu
(785) 864-3500
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