The Grade Point Average (GPA) was introduced at Oxford Brookes in 2013. It is a system of classifying students’ performances over the course of their studies and is widely used internationally. At the moment, Oxford Brookes University is the only university in the UK offering a GPA on students’ degree certificates, alongside their degree classification. This evaluation project used questionnaires and a focus group to find how the introduction of the GPA system impacts students, how they use their GPA and any unintended consequences. The GPA report was presented to AESC to make recommendations for raising awareness of the GPA to staff and students and to examine some of the impacts reported in the focus groups in more detail.