What is a transferable GPA?
The SRJC transcript does not calculate your transferable GPA. Therefore, it is your responsibility to review your transcript for transferable courses and determine your GPA for transfer to a four-year university. You can use the tool below to calculate your transferable GPA or follow the steps below with your own calculator.
- Transferable Courses at SRJC:
- 1-99 will transfer to the California State University
- 1-47 will transfer to the University of California for admissions. However, you can only include 4 units of physical activity courses and although courses numbered 48 and 49 will be accepted by a UC after transfer, they will not be included in your overall transferable units or GPA.
- A transferable course that you took for P/NP (or CR/NC) will not be calculated into the GPA.
- If you have attended other colleges, meet with a SRJC Counselor to determine which classes transfer to a four-year university and should be included in the GPA calculation.
- AP and IB credit is not included in the calculation of the GPA.
Do It Yourself:
- Determine which system you are calculating your GPA for – CSU or UC.
- Use a highlighter to mark each class that you have taken that transfers, highlight the course, units attempted and grade points.
- Add up the number of units attempted.
- Add up the number of grade points you earned. Each letter grade has a point value (A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1 and F=0). The grade points are determined by multiplying the point value times the units. English 1A is 4 units and you earn a B (3 points) 4x3 = 12 grade points.
- Divide the number of units into the number of grade points for your GPA.