Honestly, employers do not care much about college GPAs. If you do not list your college GPA on a resume, employers will think nothing of it. In the event a hiring manager asks about your GPA during the interview, you can simply talk about how you have grown as an individual since school. For the resume, the only time when you can include a GPA if you want to is if you graduated within the last year or so. Even then, it would be preferable to list any academic honors you received in lieu of a GPA. For example, it would be better to say you graduated summa cum laude than to say you graduated with a 4.0 GPA. The reason why most employers will not care about your GPA is that it is often a poor indicator of how someone will work as an employee. You may have a low GPA because you worked a part-time job and an interview while you were in college. The fact you took on many responsibilities while attending college speaks more to your character than a simple number.