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An unofficial transcript is the student's academic record without signature, seal, date, or sealed envelope. There is no fee. A student may obtain an unofficial transcript by following the same procedure as for requesting an official transcript, or via Student Online Services.

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How to determine your GPA

  1. Determine the decimal grade which has been assigned to each class.
  2. Determine the number of credit hours assigned to each class.
  3. Multiply the decimal grade you received by the number of credit hours assigned to each course. This gives you your "grade points" (GPTS) for each course.
  4. Add together the total number of grade points received for the quarter.
  5. Add the total number of credit hours for all courses for the quarter.
  6. Divide the total grade points received for the quarter by the total number of credit hours for the quarter. This gives you your quarterly Grade Point Average (GPA).
  7. Take the total number of grade points received for ALL quarters and divide by the total number of credit hours received for ALL quarters. This gives you your cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA).
Course Course Title Decimal Grade Credit Hours Grade Point GPA
ACC 210 Accounting Fundamentals 2.0 X 5.0 = 10.0  
ENG 101 Composition 3.0 X 3.0 = 9.0  
SPE 100 Basic Speech 4.0 X 5.0 = 20.0  
  P/S CR *CR ERN *GPA CR GPTS GPA
  0.0 13.0 13.0 39.0 3.00
Qtr. Totals: (39.0 GPTS divided by 13.0 GPA CR = 3.00)
  P/S CR *CR ERN *GPA CR GPTS GPA
  138.0 150.5 426.0 2.83
Cumulative Total: (426.0 GPTS divided by 150.5 GPA CR = 2.83

*NOTE: Always use "*GPA CR" which represents ALL credits earned at Seattle Central. The "CR ERN" column is the total of all college-level credits earned. Many students have taken preparatory classes under the 100 level which are not considered college-level, but DO count when computing grade point average.

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