Most all colleges and universities require a 3.0 GPA at the graduate level to graduate.
Most public state universities and some private universities. Ivy Leagues and highly selective private universities depend on other factors besides a high GPA, such as SAT/ACT scores, extra curriculars, etc.
It depends on the school, and the student. Colleges don't just look at GPA, though. So don't just focus on grades.
You can probably transfer between colleges with a 2.6 GPA. This is a B/C average, which means you are probably passing everything.
It is the grade point average (GPA) based on a students entire coursework at a specific school. Typically, colleges and universities indicate a semester by semester GPA, and a cumulative GPA (entire coursework).
A- The above answer can be correct, however there are some colleges and universities that do not grade on a minus system. Thus, for some schools it could be a grade of B+. In any event, it is a great GPA!
What colleges will accept a 2.2 GPA
The GPA requirements of Canadian universities are not always the same as USA universities.
Yes, smaller universities will, but you wont get into any Ivy league or Major State Universities. Either take it again, or just go to a smaller school and transfer with a good GPA to the school you want to go to
Most Colleges and Universities have different GPA requirements for admissions. Some have none, while some require between a 2.0 - 3.5 for admission. Certain Programs at Colleges and Universities may have different requirements than others in the same College or University.
A high Gpa is very important when applying to colleges because it puts you ahead of everyone with a lower GPA than yours. With good grades you will get more opportunities at entry level jobs that require a certain GPA.