Here’s my guidance on when you should put your GPA on your resume:

Desired Education: Bachelors with at least a 3.5 - Any major is fine. {Please include GPA on resume - Due to the high level of interest and number of applicants}
Extremely extroverted
Basic event planning skillsets
Hobbies such as community service, urban revitalization, recreational sports, event planning, public relations, interior design, organizational happiness, ongoing learning, etc.
Top notch interpersonal and relationship-building skills
Knowledge and experience with social media
Multi-tasking guru
HR experience is a plus but not required

When deciding whether to include your GPA on a resume, here are a few questions to consider:

I have MY GPA on my resume!!! I feel I earned the grade that I recieved (3.85) and you can bet your rear that I am going to place it front and center!


Q: Should I include my GPA on my resume

Should I still include undergrad GPA on my resume? Any other relevant tips?

You should certainly include your GPA on your resume if it’s above a 3.0. Although many companies have no GPA requirement for their applications, some recruiters say they will consider resumes with a 3.0 or higher. Including your GPA on a resume in this case assures them that you excelled academically, and will continue to do so in their workplace.