An unweighted GPA of 2.2 means a student has earned mostly C's in their high school courses.
If your grad point average is 2.2 or below, you might consider community colleges as well. Starting at a community college is a cost-effective way to bring up your grade point average so that you can transfer into a more selective four-year school when you're ready.
Browse a list of schools where accepted students have an average GPA of 2.1 or below and see what others say about two-years schools on the College Confidential community college forum.
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