If you have an unweighted high school GPA of 3.1, you've earned solid B's in your classes. A grade point average of 3.1 is about average for high school students.
There are many different types of colleges and universities across the country that accept students with a GPA of 3.1. Interested in studying fine art? Consider the Art Academy of Cincinnati in Ohio, a tiny, highly-selective school for talented artists.
Want the small, private school experience? Take a look at Goucher in Maryland.
Want to go to large, state school? Consider SUNY Plattsburgh in upstate New York, not far from Montreal. Or, check out Keene State in New Hampshire, or Central Washington in Washington State.
At all of the schools above, accepted students have an average GPA of 3.1. That means some students who got accepted had a higher GPA, and some had a lower. Your course load, test score, and activities all help determine which schools you have a good shot at getting admitted to.
Browse a list of schools for a 3.1 GPA below.
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