Satisfactory Academic Progress Calculators
WCU students receiving federal financial aid must maintain satisfactory academic progress (SAP). Students can review the full satisfactory academic progress policy for more information. SAP requirements are:
- Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA (2.0 undergraduate and 3.0 for graduate)
- Earn 67% of the courses they attempt to complete
- Not exceed the maximum time-frame for degree completion.
These calculators will help students project their GPA and Pace for SAP in order to determine the impact of withdrawing and/or not passing a course.
This calculator will help students project their GPA for SAP in order to determine how different grades will affect the cumulative GPA.
To use the GPA calculator, please see your unofficial transcript* which can be accessed in your myWCU to view your current cumulative GPA.
Enter cumulative GPA and total credit hours completed below.
Enter the credit hours and expected grade for up to seven courses that you are presently taking below.
*Please note: Grades of W, IP, E, S, NG, Z, NC, etc. should not be included in the above GPA calculation. Courses noted as “Excluded from GPA” on the transcripts should not be included for purposes of the cumulative GPA.
This calculator will help students project their completion rate (pace) for SAP in order to determine how withdrawing and/or not passing a class will impact how many credits they need to complete to earn 67% of attempted credits.
To use this calculator, please see your unofficial transcript* which can be accessed in your myWCU to view your total number of credits attempted and completed.
|Semester||Attempted Credit||Earned Credits||Additional Credits Needed to Reach 67% Completion*||Attempted Credits (not to exceed 150% of program, usually about 180)|
|Total||0||0||Percent Completed: 0.00%|
*PLEASE NOTE: All units attempted are considered in this calculation. Units for which a grade of W, Z, NP, NC, and/or F was received are considered as units attempted, but not completed. All transfer credits regardless if accepted towards degree are counted as units attempted and completed.