Albany State University

Financial Aid

Grade Point Average (GPA) Calculator

Financial aid students: Students are required to maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative Financial Aid GPA. All attempted hours at Albany State University, including learning support and repeat courses, as well as most transfer hours regardless of whether or not you received financial aid for those terms of enrollment are included in Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) evaluation (exclusions: transfer courses accepted as “NO CREDIT). Grades that are not associated with quality points cannot be used to calculate the GPA. They do, however, count as attempted hours. The financial aid GPA may vary from the academic GPA. For the full SAP Policy please visit the Financial Aid home page, select “Satisfactory Academic Progress”, then select the policy pertaining to the year for which you are inquiring.

Required Information:

In order to answer these questions, you will need to supply the following information.

(Do not include current hours)

Calculate Your GPA for the End of the Semester:

Enter the credit hours and expected grade for (up to six) courses that you are presently taking below and press CALCULATE to find your predicted new cumulative GPA at the end of this term.

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How Many Courses to Raise my GPA? (optional)
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What GPA must I make THIS semester to raise my Cumulative GPA? (optional)

Please Note: This page is in BETA
Results produced should be verified with Financial Aid personnel.

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The information displayed in this calculator is based upon the accuracy of the information entered. If you would like to verify the accuracy of your calculation(s), please contact the Office of Financial Aid during regular business hours.