# Calculating Grade Point Average (GPA)

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Illinois is on a “Four-Point System” of grading that includes both plus (+) and minus (-) grades.  Grades are evaluated in terms of grade points as displayed below.

A+ 4.00
A 4.00
A- 3.67
B+ 3.33
B 3.00
B- 2.67
C+ 2.33
C 2.00
C- 1.67
D+ 1.33
D 1.00
D- 0.67
F 0.00
ABS 0.00

## How to Calculate Your GPA

1. For each course, multiply the grade points defined for the grade (A=4, etc.) by the credit hours of the course
2. Add all of the Quality Points
3. Add all of the GPA Hours
4. Divide the sum of the Quality Points by the GPA Hours

### EXAMPLE

ASTR 199 S N/A N/A N/A
CHEM 102 B+ 3.33 3 (3.33 x 3) = 9.99
CHEM 103 A 4.00 1 (4.00 x 1) = 4.00
ECON 102 C- 1.67 3 (1.67 x 3) = 5.01
MATH 220 F 0.00 5 (0.00 x 5) = 0.00
PSYC 100 A+ 4.00 4 (4.00 x 4) = 16.00
RST 140 CR N/A N/A N/A
TOTAL     16 35

Semester GPA = 35/16 = 2.18

4 different grade point averages (GPA) display on your UIUC official transcript:

• TERM GPA - the GPA for your grades for a single semester
• TOTAL INSTITUTION – the GPA for all courses completed at UIUC
• TOTAL TRANSFER – the GPA for courses outside of UIUC
• OVERALL – the Institution and Transfer GPA combined

The GPA reported on the official UIUC transcript displays two digits to the right of the decimal point and is truncated not rounded.

Example of a truncated GPA (See example GPA calculation above):
35 Quality Points / 16 GPA Hours = 2.1875

The official University GPA is 2.18

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