At the end of each semester, each student will receive final grade reports online that will indicate the final grades received for all courses in which he/she was enrolled during that semester. The grade report will show the semester hours attempted, the total quality points and credit hours earned, and a grade point average. Also included on the grade report will be a record of the total number of hours attempted, the total quality points earned, and a cumulative grade point average (all courses attempted).
The grade point average is computed by multiplying the quality points earned by the credit value of each course and dividing the total quality points earned by the total credit hours attempted as indicated by the example below:
|3 sem hrs of “A” x 4 =||12||quality points|
|3 sem hrs of “B” x 3 =||9||quality points|
|3 sem hrs of “C” x 2 =||6||quality points|
|3 sem hrs of “D” x 1 =||3||quality points|
|3 sem hrs of “F” x 0 =||0||quality points|
|15 sem hrs||30||quality points|
30 quality points ÷ 15 hours attempted = 2.0 GPA
I and W grades are not included when computing a student’s grade point average (GPA) but will be recorded on a student’s transcript.
The final grade report at the end of the semester is the only grade report issued. The final grade report for each semester will be provided to each student via the MyWallaceState account. The final grade is the only one that appears on the student’s transcript. Instructors will keep students informed of their progress during the semester.