***GPA – The term simply means Grade Point Average; however, all GPA’s are not
the same. In fact, there are several different uses and methods for calculating
GPA. Below are listed some of the most common.
GPA adjusted versus unadjusted – An unadjusted GPA means that the result
is an arithmetical average of the grades of all courses attempted at a given
institution; whereas, an adjusted GPA refers to the average being altered
by deletions of certain grades that were either repeated or eliminated.
Transfer GPA – This refers to the average of all courses attempted at all
other post-secondary institutions from which West Georgia normally
Institutional GPA – This is the average of all grades for courses attempted
at West Georgia with adjustments for repeated courses according to the
policies in place when the course was initially attempted.
Overall GPA – This term simply means the combined average of the
Transfer GPA (if applicable) and the Institutional GPA.
Graduation GPA – The GPA used to determine eligibility for graduation
is the average of all grades for all courses attempted at West Georgia
adjusted by any graduation forgiveness policies in place in the catalog
used to determine degree requirements.
Honors Graduation GPA – The Overall GPA (minus any forgiveness or
repeat policy adjustments) is used to determine eligibility for graduation
HOPE GPA – This is the average of all college-level work attempted after
high school graduation, including any remedial work.
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