- A student’s cumulative GPA comprises all Liberty University coursework completed at the current academic level (Undergraduate, Graduate or Doctoral) regardless of prior degree conferral, broken enrollment or a program/major change. To determine the grade point average (GPA), the quality points earned are divided by GPA hours completed.
- GPA hours are hours that are used in the calculation of the GPA
- The following grades are included in GPA hours: A, B, C, D, F, and FN
- Grades of AU, I, IP, NF, NP, P, Q, R, and W are not included in GPA hours
- A grade of B, for example, in a course bearing three semester hours of credit would be assigned nine quality points and a grade of C in that course, six quality points
- If a student takes 16 semester hours of work and earns 40 quality points, his GPA is 2.50 (40 quality points divided by 16 semester hours).
- Only courses taken at Liberty are used in computing the GPA
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