New Graduate Students

If this is your first term as a graduate student at UNCG, then you will not have a UNCG GPA until all your grades have been posted at the end of the term. Your GPA for the first semester will also be your cumulative GPA at UNCG. This cumulative GPA will change based on the grades you receive in subsequent terms.

Continuing Graduate Students

Note: For policies regarding GPA Requirements for Graduation, including the types and number of courses that contribute to your overall graduate GPA, see the Graduation and Commencement tab under Academic Regulations in the Catalog.

To use this calculator you will need to know your Cumulative GPA and your GPA Hours. This information is available to you by logging into the secure area of UNCGenie and clicking on the "Student" tab.

To view your Cumulative GPA and GPA Hours:

  • Go to the main UNCGenie page
  • Click the "Enter Secure Area" link
  • Click the "Student" tab at the top of the page
  • Click the "Student Records" option
  • Click the "Academic Transcript" option
  • Choose the appropriate options for "Transcript Level" and "Transcript Type"
  • Your most recent GPA hours and GPA will be listed at the top of the page, under the degree(s) you are pursuing

Note: These calculations are unofficial. For your official GPA, please contact the Registrar's Office.

GPA Calculator

Current Information (if applicable)

Total GPA Hours:
Cumulative GPA:

How can future grades affect my GPA?

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

Credit Hours Grade
Course 1
Course 2
Course 3
Current Term GPA
New Cumulative GPA

What will it take to reach my desired GPA?

Desired GPA:

If I can maintain a average from this point forward, how many additional credit hours will it take to raise my cumulative GPA to my goal?
You will need to take additional credit hours to reach your goal GPA.

What does my average future term GPA need to be to raise my cumulative GPA?

I have credit hours left in my program.
I want to raise my cumulative GPA to .
To achieve your GPA goal, your average future term GPA will need to be