Guide to Raising your GPA
So, your GPA isn’t quite where you want it to be. Whether you’re working to get back on good academic standing, or trying to raise your GPA to qualify for a scholarship or competitive program, here are a few strategies to help you achieve your GPA goals:
Use university policies and processes to your advantage to help raise your GPA:
Commit to good academic habits and monitor your status in your classes:
- Attend all your classses and turn in all your assignments
- Review your grades in each class and use the GPA Calculator to estimate your term and cumulative GPA
- Get help at the first sign of difficulty
- Can I repeat a course after earning an associate degree?
- Can I apply for academic renewal if I've already earned a certificate or associate's degree?
Be aware that you must maintain a cumulative WSU GPA of 2.0 or above to remain in good academic standing. If your cumulative WSU GPA falls below 2.0, you will be enrolled in the Bounce Back Program. Bounce Back provides support, information, and resources to help students improve their GPA. Students in Bounce Back must complete their program requirements before registering for their next semester.