Financial Aid SAP Calculator


Things to consider when calculating Financial Aid SAP:

  • You will need your unofficial transcript to calculate Financial Aid SAP. This may be obtained through the myRECORDS section of your myCOMPASS account.
  • Transferred credit is not used to calculate the NCMC grade point average.
  • Remedial (DS) courses are included in the GPA calculation for purposes of Financial Aid cumulative GPA only. A grade of passing (P) will receive the equivalent of 2.5 and a grade of failing (X) will receive 0 for the Financial Aid cumulative GPA calculation.

Financial Aid GPA is calculated differently than Academic GPA. To utilize the Academic GPA Estimator please visit http://www.ncmissouri.edu/advising/gpa-estimator/.

*To find, obtain your unofficial transcript on myCOMPASS. Cumulative credit hours will be listed under ‘GPA Crd Cum’ listed after your last semester of attendance.
If this is your first semester, indicate a 0.


Completion Rate Calculator

 

 Cumulative Earned Hours
  Cumulative Attempted Hours

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Projected Completion Rate


Cumulative Earned Hours
Cumulative Attempted Hours
What will happen if I Withdrawal (W) or Fail (F/X) some of my classes this semester?
# of credit hours enrolled this semester
# of credit hours I want to Withdraw from
# of credit hours I may Fail

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Financial Aid GPA Calculator

 

Cumulative Qpoints
Cumulative GPA credits
 # of credit hours received grade of P
 # of credit hours received grade of X

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Projected FA GPA Calculator

 

Cumulative Qpoints
Cumulative GPA credits
 # of credit hours received grade of P
 # of credit hours received grade of X
How many credit hours…
…will have a grade of A?
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…will have a grade of C?
…will have a grade of D?
…will have a grade of F?
…will have a grade of P?
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Additional GPA Credits
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Suggestions for Increasing and Maintaining GPA

  • Attend class consistently
  • Take notes
  • Ask questions and participate in class
  • Visit with faculty during office hours
  • Study outside the classroom in a quiet environment
  • Review material often & regularly
  • Use a daily planner
  • Manage your time wisely
  • Set goals for yourself
  • Locate and use campus resources (i.e., Academic Resource Center, Student Support Services, Accounting Lab)
  • Check course grades at mid-term
  • Meet with your academic advisor