What is a GPA?
Letter grades have a numerical value called a Grade Point Value, which is used to calculate your grade point average or GPA. Your GPA is the sum of all your final grades divided by your total number of credits. Specifically,
- Your semester or term GPA (TGPA) is the grade point average for all UFV coursework completed in one semester.
- Your cumulative GPA (CGPA) is the grade point average for all coursework completed at UFV.
To learn more about the letter grading system and grading scale, review UFV's Grading and Academic Standing information.
Why is your GPA important?
Your GPA measures your academic achievement and can determine:
- your admissibility to universities, colleges, programs, and courses
- your eligibility to apply for scholarships and financial aid
How do I calculate my GPA?
Use the calculator on this page to get a GPA estimate (for the current semester) or a CGPA estimate (for all terms).
- Enter your courses.
- Select your current or anticipated grade and enter the number of credits for each course (do not enter 'W' grades).
- Click 'Calculate' to see your GPA/CGPA and total credits in the grey box.
- Save a copy of your results as a PDF by using your browser's print option.
- Alternatively, you can download UFV's GPA calculator spreadsheet to use offline. Save it and add to it from semester to semester to keep your GPA calculations current.