The Office of the Registrar records course grades and maintains transcripts for all IU Kokomo students. Instructors submit grade rosters to the Office of the Registrar one week after final exams end, at which time grades are recorded and made available via OneStart.
Grades are officially recorded one week after final exams end and are available on One.IU as soon as they are processed.
Check Your Grades Online
Use One.IU to enter your student center and select My Academics and Grades. Then, select View my Unofficial Transcript to access your transcript and review your final semester grade(s). You can access One.IU Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This table shows the IU grade and points system.
|A+||4.0 (highest passing grade)||C+||2.3|
|B-||2.7||D-||0.7 (lowest passing grade)|
|F||0.0 (failing grade)|
|I||Incomplete||FN||"Failure" for non-attendance|
|R||Deferred grade (for courses that may not be completed in one term)||NC||Course taken on an audit basis (no credit)|
|NR||Grade not yet received in Office of the Registrar||NY||Signifies enrollment in a special program for which credit earned will be recorded when completed. Typically used for courses taken under the study abroad program.|
|W||Withdrew after the first week of classes; grade will appear on transcript||WX||Withdrew through the first week of class; grade will not appear on transcript|
|WZ||Changed sections of the same course; grade will not appear on transcript|
Only courses with letter grades of A+ through F are used in calculating the grade point average (GPA). Passing (P) and satisfactory (S) grades are passing grades in completed courses but are not used in calculating the GPA. Courses taken at non-IU institutions are not used in calculating the IU GPA.
IU Kokomo students pursuing Purdue University (PU) degrees offered through the Purdue University College of Technology at IU Kokomo will have their GPAs calculated following Purdue University grading policy. Courses taken at any IU or Purdue campus and included in the student's program of study will be used in calculating the final GPA at the time of the degree. This degree GPA will only appear on the IU transcript upon completion of the degree.
The GPA is reported in two ways:
- The semester GPA is the calculation of all grades received in a single semester.
- The cumulative GPA is the calculation of all grades received while an undergraduate or a graduate student at the university.
If a student is enrolled at more than one IU campus during the academic career, the cumulative GPA will reflect the student's IU GPA (not separated by campus). However, separate GPAs are calculated for undergraduate work and for graduate work. If a student pursued both an undergraduate degree and a graduate degree at IU, the GPAs will be calculated separately and both will appear on the official transcript.
To calculate your GPA, take the number of points for each grade and multiply it by the number of credits. For example, a 3 credit grade of A equates to 12 GPA points. Add all GPA points together and divide by the total number of GPA credit hours completed.
In some cases, schools calculate a degree GPA that may vary slightly from the cumulative GPA as it appears in the summary portion of the transcript. This is due to differences in program requirements and is used most often in programs where students earn PU degrees. Check with your school recorder for more information.
Hours Passed is the number of IU course hours completed with a passing grade (A+ through D-, S, or P) at the level indicated (undergraduate, graduate, or cumulative). Any hours earned as a transfer student outside the IU system are recorded on the transcript as Transfer Hours. IU hours passed and transfer hours are added together to determine a student's class standing.
Use our GPA Calculator to calculate your GPA for the current semester.