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Covenant College GPA Calculator

The Covenant College Grade Point Average (GPA) calculator is provided as a tool to assist students in forecasting their overall GPA based on anticipated grades and credit hours for the current semester. To use the GPA calculator, please follow these instructions:

  1. Enter your total number of GPA hours and your current GPA, if this is not your first semester. Otherwise, leave these two fields blank.
  2. Enter the number of GPA hours you are taking in each class this semester and the corresponding grade you expect to receive.
  3. Click the 'Calculate My GPA' button. Your projected GPA will be calculated based on the information you provided.

 

 

Cumulative Work (Optional)
(e.g.: 32)
(e.g.: 3.453)

 

Current Semester
  Credit Hours (Expected)
Letter Grade
Class 1:
Class 2:
Class 3:
Class 4:
Class 5:
Class 6:
Class 7:
Class 8:


Covenant College Grading Scale

Letter Grade GPA Points
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

Cassie Wood

“My fields of study are equipping me to better understand and help other people. Additionally, Covenant has prepared me with a worldview and framework based on Scripture which will help me as I pursue careers in secular, difficult places.”
  - Cassee Wood '22

Be Known

“I love the small student-faculty ratio. It is so comforting to walk around campus and see your professors and for them to be able to call you by name. They are eager to assist, and on this small campus, they are genuinely approachable.”
  - Anna Nicklow '20

Avery Patz '22

“Covenant is equipping me with the critical thinking skills I need to generally succeed in and make sense of life. The classes I’m taking are directly relevant to my career options and are truly engaging. Covenant’s curriculum is rigorous and the expectations are high, but I feel well-prepared to enter the workforce.”
  - Avery Patz '22

Be Curious

“...it is exceedingly valuable that we get to walk through unfamiliar and dangerous ideas with wise and thoughtful professors. They themselves have walked through these ideas but have come out even more in love with Jesus and they lead us to do the same.”
  - Brad Assaraf '19