Your Grade Point Average (GPA) is the main calculation used to determine your academic performance throughout your degree. Concordia uses letter grades (A-F) on a 4.3 GPA scale. Learn how to calculate your GPA.
The University has three different GPAs that show on a student record. Each one has a different meaning:
- Your term GPA (TGPA) indicates your academic performance for that term. This is great to use as an indicator for future course selection.
- Your assessment GPA (AGPA) is a calculation of grades for courses you have taken over an academic year (summer, fall and winter terms). Your AGPA determines if you can continue your studies in the next academic year. Students need at least a 2.00 to continue their studies with no conditions.
- Your cumulative GPA(CGPA) is the ongoing GPA for all your attempted courses within your degree. Students need at least a 2.0 CGPA to graduate.