The GWA is the average of grades in all subjects taken, whether passed or failed, in AUSL or other law schools, except as may be provided herein. A student who fails to obtain the required GWA, as herein below indicated, may be denied re-enrollment.
A student is considered entering a particular level if he has taken and passed at least 80% of the total number of units in the previous year level based on the AUSL curriculum. For purposes only of computing the GWA, any grade below 68% shall be computed as if it were 68%. The grades actually received by a student as recorded in the Registrarís Office shall not be altered in any manner.
A student who repeats First Year shall be considered as a new student for purposes of computing the GWA.
A failing grade in a subject included in the first two (2) years of the four-year law program and the first two and a half (2 Ĺ) years of the five year program may be excluded from the computation of the GWA if the student is allowed to re-enroll the subject and passes the same with the grade of at least 80%.
A student must possess the required GWA of at least 79% in order to be considered for graduation.
The GWA at present for all year levels is 79%. However, effective AY 2005-2006, the GWA for all freshmen students and transferees shall be 80%.