Grading Point Average
Grading And Progress Measurement:
A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for a student to successfully complete a diploma, associate, or bachelor degree program. Final grades are rounded up from the 10th place to a whole number.
Cumulative Grade Point Average:
The cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is computed by multiplying the total number of credits in each course by the grade points achieved in each course (example, A=4.0; B=3.0) and then dividing by the total number of credit hours for all courses attempted.
At Care Hope College we want our students and alumni to walk away with a continuing eagerness and motivational drive to learn and advance. It is important here at Care Hope College to encourage the development of critical thinking and enable our students to ignite their passion which in return will have a positive impact on many lives.
Our educational goals here at Care Hope College are to prepare our students to enter their chosen profession and be Critical Thinkers, Knowledgeable, Skilled and Competent.
Key Of Success
Care Hope College’s keys to success consist of a sincere commitment to taking personal responsibility for your life and career, to have unshakable self-confidence and to have clarity of your purpose and direction. Our last key of success would be competence which consists of creating positive personal impact, relationship Building, outstanding performance and dynamic communication.
Students who earn a grade point average (GPA) between 3.70 and 3.99 for an academic term will be placed on the Dean’s List.
Students who earn a grade point average (GPA) of 4.0 for an academic term will be placed on the President’s List.
Student with a grade point average (GPA) of 3.75 or higher at the tie of graduation will be considered for faculty, staff and administration for the designation of Valedictorian. The Valedictorian will speak at the graduation.