Step 1: Determine which courses on your transcript are required in your major
Step 2: On your transcript, you will find your grade for each course converted into points. This number is to the immediate right of your grade. Add the total number of points for all of the courses required in your major.
Step 3: Add up the total number of credits for the courses required in your major. You will find this number to the immediate left of your grade.
Step 4: Divide.
ACCT 311 3.00 B 9.00
ACCT 321 3.00 C 6.00
BIOL 102 4.00 A 16.00
Total Points/Total Credits = MGPA
31.00/10.00 = 3.10
Your major GPA is 3.10
If you are not already one, you can be! As an empowered student you take control of your educational program and have an advisor who gives you the necessary tools and suggestions you need to make well thought out informed decisions regarding your course schedule and degree program. As an empowered student you take an active role in your course scheduling and registration process. You will register for courses on-line, seek out information, and be knowledgeable of policies and procedures.
It is our belief that Academic Advising is a very important part of a college education. The advisors at Concordia are here to help our students have a satisfying academic experience and to encourage them to use the resources available to them on campus. Academic Advising will provide the student will the tools and suggestions needed to make well thought out informed decisions regarding their academic career.
Process by which the student utilizes the information and resources provided by the university and advisor to develop a schedule for registration that will move them toward achievement of their educational goal. To access on-line registration, click on the MyInfo link on the left side of this page.
Applying for Graduation - A New Process
Candidates for a Concordia University Texas degree or the Lutheran Teacher's Diploma will register for the appropriate Graduation course (GRAD UG - undergraduate and GRAD GR - graduate) at the beginning of the final term in which the degree requirements are to be completed and the diploma/certificate is to be awarded. Registration for the graduation courses will be available starting the first day of the term and continuing until the deadline as published in the Academic Calendar.
Registering for the graduation course charges the corresponding fee to the student’s account (see the Academic Catalog, Tuition and Fees section for information on fees) and initiates a comprehensive degree audit. When the graduation audit is completed, notification of the outcome of this audit is sent to the student’s ctx.edu email account.
The name placed on the diploma will be the one found in the university data system as shown in MyInfo. The only name changes allowed on the diploma are those made to the student’s official records. A change of this type is done by filling out a Personal Information Change Form and submitting it along with appropriate documentation to the Registrar’s Office no later than four (4) weeks prior to the graduation date for that term. The Personal Information Change form (PDF) can be accessed by clicking on the link.