Class Rank Percentiles Archives

Archived class rank percentiles are available for the following terms:

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here.  Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing.  The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000.  Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation.  Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart from Spring 2014:  If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.865, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below.  Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Spring 2014

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 3.962 - 4.000 3.983 - 4.000 3.950 - 4.000 3.921 - 4.000
   Top 10% 3.925 - 4.000 3.941 - 4.000 3.875 - 4.000 3.872 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.825 - 4.000 3.855 - 4.000 3.815 - 4.000 3.828 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.711 - 4.000 3.718 - 4.000 3.677 - 4.000 3.743 - 4.000
           
     First-Year   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Tinity   Top 5% 3.962 - 4.000 3.956 - 4.000 3.925 - 4.000 3.936 - 4.000
    Top 10% 3.912 - 4.000 3.900 - 4.000 3.880 - 4.000 3.890 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.875 - 4.000 3.840 - 4.000 3.834 - 4.000 3.843 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.771 - 4.000 3.743 - 4.000 3.744 - 4.000 3.778 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2016 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2014, Fall 2014, and Spring 2015
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Spring 2014

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here.  Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing.  The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000.  Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation.  Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart from Fall 2014:  If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.865, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below.  Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Fall 2014

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.975 - 4.000 3.983 - 4.000 3.940 - 4.000
   Top 10% 3.925 - 4.000 3.916 - 4.000 3.919 - 4.000 3.879 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.925 - 4.000 3.833- 4.000 3.857 - 4.000 3.819 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.750 - 4.000 3.733 - 4.000 3.721 - 4.000 3.700 - 4.000
           
     First-Year   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Trinity   Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.950 - 4.000 3.959 - 4.000 3.932 - 4.000
    Top 10% 3.925 - 4.000 3.892 - 4.000 3.902 - 4.000 3.883 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.925 - 4.000 3.844 - 4.000 3.847 - 4.000 3.841 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.825 - 4.000 3.758 - 4.000 3.747 - 4.000 3.766 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2017 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2016, Fall 2016, and Spring 2017
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Fall 2014 and Spring 2015

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here.  Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing.  The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000.  Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation.  Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart from Spring 2015:  If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.869, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below.  Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Spring 2015

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 3.962 - 4.000 3.964 - 4.000 3.961 - 4.000 3.932 - 4.000
   Top 10% 3.912 - 4.000 3.911 - 4.000 3.920 - 4.000 3.879 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.850 - 4.000 3.844 - 4.000 3.868 - 4.000 3.816 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.712 - 4.000 3.743 - 4.000 3.740 - 4.000 3.718 - 4.000
           
     First-Year   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Tinity   Top 5% 3.962 - 4.000 3.937 - 4.000 3.952 - 4.000 3.934 - 4.000
    Top 10% 3.912 - 4.000 3.887 - 4.000 3.900 - 4.000 3.890 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.855 - 4.000 3.843 - 4.000 3.845 - 4.000 3.855 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.750 - 4.000 3.758 - 4.000 3.746 - 4.000 3.787 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2017 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2016, Fall 2016, and Spring 2017
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Spring 2015

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here.  Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing.  The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000.  Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation.  Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart from Fall 2015:  If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.869, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below.  Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Fall 2015

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.975 - 4.000 3.959 - 4.000 3.964 - 4.000
   Top 10% 3.925 - 4.000 3.891 - 4.000 3.909 - 4.000 3.923 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.925 - 4.000 3.835 - 4.000 3.855 - 4.000 3.855 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.750 - 4.000 3.728 - 4.000 3.763 - 4.000 3.731 - 4.000
           
     First-Year   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Tinity   Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.950 - 4.000 3.940 - 4.000 3.950 - 4.000
    Top 10% 3.933- 4.000 3.891 - 4.000 3.890 - 4.000 3.907 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.925 - 4.000 3.841 - 4.000 3.846 - 4.000 3.852 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.825 - 4.000 3.758 - 4.000 3.760 - 4.000 3.765 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2018 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Spring 2018
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2016, Fall 2016, and Spring 2017
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Fall 2015 and Spring 2016

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here.  Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing.  The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000.  Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation.  Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart from Spring 2016:  If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.869, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below.  Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Spring 2016

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.962 - 4.000 3.959 - 4.000 3.966 - 4.000
   Top 10% 3.925 - 4.000 3.893 - 4.000 3.913 - 4.000 3.912 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.875 - 4.000 3.842 - 4.000 3.860 - 4.000 3.867 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.737 - 4.000 3.750 - 4.000 3.777 - 4.000 3.751 - 4.000
           
     First-Year   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Tinity   Top 5% 3.966 - 4.000 3.943 - 4.000 3.940 - 4.000 3.958 - 4.000
    Top 10% 3.925- 4.000 3.894 - 4.000 3.892 - 4.000 3.914 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.888 - 4.000 3.848 - 4.000 3.846 - 4.000 3.865 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.800 - 4.000 3.760 - 4.000 3.769 - 4.000 3.787 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2018 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Spring 2018
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2016, Fall 2016, and Spring 2017
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Spring 2016

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here. Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing. The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000. Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation. Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart below (Fall 2016): If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.869, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below. Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Fall 2016

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.975 - 4.000 3.960 - 4.000 3.955 - 4.000
   Top 10% 4.000 - 4.000 3.928 - 4.000 3.904 - 4.000 3.913 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.933 - 4.000 3.866 - 4.000 3.868 - 4.000 3.868 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.825 - 4.000 3.683 - 4.000 3.771 - 4.000 3.770 - 4.000
           
     First-Year   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Trinity   Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.970 - 4.000 3.940 - 4.000 3.942 - 4.000
    Top 10% 4.000 - 4.000 3.923 - 4.000 3.900 - 4.000 3.900 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.925 - 4.000 3.877 - 4.000 3.850 - 4.000 3.858 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.850 - 4.000 3.792 - 4.000 3.768 - 4.000 3.792 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2019 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Spring 2018
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here.  Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing.  The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000.  Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation.  Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart from Spring 2017:  If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.872, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below.  Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Spring 2017

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.962 - 4.000 3.956 - 4.000 3.947 - 4.000
   Top 10% 3.933 - 4.000 3.918 - 4.000 3.913 - 4.000 3.910 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.887 - 4.000 3.864 - 4.000 3.869 - 4.000 3.868 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.777 - 4.000 3.693 - 4.000 3.775 - 4.000 3.774 - 4.000
           
     First-Year   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Tinity   Top 5% 3.967 - 4.000 3.963 - 4.000 3.937 - 4.000 3.944 - 4.000
    Top 10% 3.962- 4.000 3.918 - 4.000 3.900 - 4.000 3.909 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.912 - 4.000 3.875 - 4.000 3.854 - 4.000 3.867 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.837 - 4.000 3.805 - 4.000 3.778 - 4.000 3.808 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2019 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Spring 2018
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Spring 2017

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here. Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing. The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000. Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation. Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart below (Fall 2017): If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.878, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below. Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Fall 2017

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.978 - 4.000 3.962 - 4.000 3.955 - 4.000
   Top 10% 3.925 - 4.000 3.925 - 4.000 3.927 - 4.000 3.921 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.925 - 4.000 3.876 - 4.000 3.876 - 4.000 3.878 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.825 - 4.000 3.757 - 4.000 3.719 - 4.000 3.785 - 4.000
           
     First-Year   Sophomore   Junior   Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Trinity   Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.975 - 4.000 3.962 - 4.000 3.946 - 4.000
    Top 10% 4.000 - 4.000 3.925 - 4.000 3.923 - 4.000 3.908 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.925 - 4.000 3.892 - 4.000 3.878 - 4.000 3.864 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.866 - 4.000 3.833 - 4.000 3.804 - 4.000 3.803 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2020 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2019, Fall 2019, and Spring 2020
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Fall 2017 and Spring 2018

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here. Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing. The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000. Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation. Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart below (Spring 2018): If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.878, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below. Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Spring 2018

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 3.964 - 4.000 3.975 - 4.000 3.960 - 4.000 3.958 - 4.000
   Top 10% 3.925 - 4.000 3.905 - 4.000 3.927 - 4.000 3.928 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.875 - 4.000 3.852 - 4.000 3.857 - 4.000 3.874 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.755 - 4.000 3.753 - 4.000 3.719 - 4.000 3.787 - 4.000
           
           
 Trinity   Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.966 - 4.000 3.957 - 4.000 3.951 - 4.000
    Top 10% 3.957 - 4.000 3.918 - 4.000 3.917 - 4.000 3.913 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.912 - 4.000 3.888 - 4.000 3.884 - 4.000 3.874 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.837 - 4.000 3.825 - 4.000 3.800 - 4.000 3.818 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2020 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2019, Fall 2019, and Spring 2020
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Spring 2018

Individual class rankings for undergraduate students were last calculated for Fall 2013. Beginning with the Spring 2014 term class rank percentiles have been calculated by term and made available here. Class rank percentiles are derived by calculating the cumulative grade point average (GPA) of students and comparing them with students sharing the same class standing. The maximum cumulative grade point average is 4.000. Class is defined by those students sharing the same or approximate expected date of graduation. Class for each term is specifically identified beneath the class rank percentile chart for each term.

To find your class rank percentile follow the following steps:

  1. Identify your cumulative GPA in DukeHub.
  2. Determine your "class" as defined under the selected term chart. 
  3. In Pratt or Trinity, as appropriate, find your cumulative GPA within the distribution groupings and review the corresponding percentile.

Example using the chart below (Fall 2018): If you are a Pratt junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.878, you fall within the Top 15% class rank percentile.

The most recently calculated undergraduate class rank percentiles are listed below. Class rank percentiles for previous terms can be found here when available.

Class Rank Percentiles for Fall 2018

     First-Year  Sophomore  Junior  Senior
      Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA   Min. Cum. GPA
 Pratt  Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.925 - 4.000 3.982 - 4.000 4.000 - 4.000
   Top 10% 4.000 - 4.000 3.914 - 4.000 3.920 - 4.000 3.926 - 4.000
   Top 15% 3.933 - 4.000 3.857 - 4.000 3.873 - 4.000 3.872 - 4.000
   Top 25% 3.925 - 4.000 3.783 - 4.000 3.773 - 4.000 3.750 - 4.000
           
           
 Trinity   Top 5% 4.000 - 4.000 3.925 - 4.000 3.982 - 4.000 4.000 - 4.000
    Top 10% 4.000 - 4.000 3.914 - 4.000 3.920 - 4.000 3.926 - 4.000
    Top 15% 3.933 - 4.000 3.857 - 4.000 3.873 - 4.000 3.872 - 4.000
    Top 25% 3.925 - 4.000 3.783 - 4.000 3.773 - 4.000 3.750 - 4.000
           
 First-Year defined: Graduating in Summer 2021 and beyond
 Sophomore defined:  Graduating in Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Spring 2021
 Junior defined:  Graduating in Summer 2019, Fall 2019, and Spring 2020
 Senior defined:  Graduating in Fall 2018 and Spring 2019