An unweighted grade point average (GPA) of 2.3 means a student has about a C+ average in high school.
There are some four-year colleges that accept students with a GPA of 2.3 or below, like Carver College in Atlanta, Georgia and Selma University in Alabama.
If you have GPA of 2.3 or below, you may also want to consider community college. 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.
Browse a list of schools where accepted students have an average GPA of 2.3 or below and check out the community college forum for more advice.
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