I've spent the last hour trying to figure out why my calculations are not adding up. Once i run the program it just output 0 for the total points program averages and etc and it also leaves student name blank. Can someone please help me figure out the issue.

thanks

//Preprocessor Directives
#include<iostream>
#include<iomanip>
#include<fstream>
#include<conio.h>

using namespace std;

//Global variables, constants, AND function prototypes

void headerfn(void);
void getName(string firstName, string lastName);
string firstName, lastName;
int score (int firstProgramGrade, int secondProgramGrade, int thirdProgramGrade, int firstTestGrade, int secondTestGrade, int thirdTestGrade); 
int firstProgramGrade, secondProgramGrade, thirdProgramGrade, firstTestGrade, secondTestGrade, thirdTestGrade;
void outputfn (string firstName, string lastName, int totalPoints, int programAverage, int testAverage, int courseAverage, char grade);
string display;
int totalPoints, programAverage, testAverage, courseAverage;
char grade;
ofstream fout;




//Function definitions
int main(){


    //system("color f0");
    headerfn(); 
    getName(firstName,lastName);
    score (firstProgramGrade, secondProgramGrade, thirdProgramGrade, firstTestGrade, secondTestGrade, thirdTestGrade);
    outputfn(firstName, lastName, totalPoints, programAverage, testAverage, courseAverage, grade);


    totalPoints = firstProgramGrade+secondProgramGrade+thirdProgramGrade+firstTestGrade+secondTestGrade+thirdTestGrade;
    programAverage = (firstProgramGrade+secondProgramGrade+thirdProgramGrade) / 3;
    testAverage = (firstTestGrade+secondTestGrade+thirdTestGrade) / 3;
    courseAverage = (programAverage+testAverage) / 2;

    if (courseAverage>=90 && courseAverage<=100)
      grade = 'A';
      else if (courseAverage>=80 && courseAverage<=89)
      grade = 'B';
      else if (courseAverage>=70 && courseAverage<=79)
      grade = 'C';


    system ("pause");
    return 0;
}//end of main

//**********************************************************

void headerfn(void){
   cout<<"012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789"<<endl;  
   cout<<"************************************************************"<<endl;
   cout<<"*    IT210 Business Applications with C++                  *"<<endl;
   cout<<"*    Programmer:  Ronnie Bland                             *"<<endl;
   cout<<"*    Date: April 19, 2011                                  *"<<endl;
   cout<<"*                                                          *"<<endl;
   cout<<"*    This program uses functions to read student           *"<<endl;
   cout<<"*    information from the keyboard and outputs             *"<<endl;
   cout<<"*    the results to the monitor and a text file            *"<<endl;                                         
   cout<<"************************************************************"<<endl; 
   cout<<endl;
   cout<<"Welcome to IT 210 Grade Calculator!"<<endl;
   cout<<endl;

   fout<<"012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789"<<endl;  
   fout<<"************************************************************"<<endl;
   fout<<"*    IT210 Business Applications with C++                  *"<<endl;
   fout<<"*    Programmer:  Ronnie Bland                             *"<<endl;
   fout<<"*    Date: April 19, 2011                                  *"<<endl;
   fout<<"*                                                          *"<<endl;
   fout<<"*    This program uses functions to read student           *"<<endl;
   fout<<"*    information from the keyboard and outputs             *"<<endl;
   fout<<"*    the results to the monitor and a text file            *"<<endl;                                         
   fout<<"************************************************************"<<endl; 
   fout<<endl;
   fout<<"Welcome to IT 210 Grade Calculator!"<<endl;
   fout<<endl;
}//end of headerfn



void getName (string firstName, string lastName)

{      
     cout<<"Enter your first and last name: ";
     cin>>firstName>>lastName;
     cout<<endl;

     }


int score(int firstProgramGrade, int secondProgramGrade, int thirdProgramGrade, int firstTestGrade, int secondTestGrade, int thirdTestGrade)

{    
   cout<<"Enter the grade for the first program: ";
    cin>>firstProgramGrade;
    cout<<endl;
    cout<<"Enter the grade for the second program: ";
    cin>>secondProgramGrade;
    cout<<endl;
    cout<<"Enter the grade for the third program: ";
    cin>>thirdProgramGrade;
    cout<<endl;
    cout<<"Enter the grade for the first test: ";
    cin>>firstTestGrade;
    cout<<endl;
    cout<<"Enter the grade for the second test: ";
    cin>>secondTestGrade;
    cout<<endl;
    cout<<"Enter the grade for the third test: ";
    cin>>thirdTestGrade;
    cout<<endl;

   return firstProgramGrade, secondProgramGrade, thirdProgramGrade, firstTestGrade, secondTestGrade, thirdTestGrade;

}

void outputfn (string firstName, string lastName, int totalPoints, int programAverage, int testAverage, int courseAverage, char grade) 
{
cout<<"1234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890"<<endl;
cout<<"======================================================================"<<endl;


cout <<left << setw(20)<< setfill(' ') << "Student Name" << setw(10) << "Total" 
<<    setw(10) << "Program" << setw(10)<< "Test" << setw(10)<<
    "Course" << setw(10)<< "Grade"<<endl;
   cout<< right <<setfill(' ')<<setw(26)<<"Points"<<
   setw(11)<<"Average"<<setw(10)<<"Average"<<setw(10)<<"Average"<<endl;
cout<<"----------------------------------------------------------------------"<<endl; 


    totalPoints = (firstProgramGrade+secondProgramGrade+thirdProgramGrade+firstTestGrade+secondTestGrade+thirdTestGrade);
    programAverage = (firstProgramGrade+secondProgramGrade+thirdProgramGrade) / 3;
    testAverage = (firstTestGrade+secondTestGrade+thirdTestGrade) / 3;
    courseAverage = (programAverage+testAverage) / 2;
      if (courseAverage>=90 && courseAverage<=100)
      grade = 'A';
      else if (courseAverage>=80 && courseAverage<=89)
      grade = 'B';
      else if (courseAverage>=70 && courseAverage<=79)
      grade = 'C';

    cout<<left<<setw(20)<< setfill(' ')<<firstName+" "+lastName<<setw(10)<<totalPoints<<
    setw(10)<<fixed<<showpoint<<setprecision(2)<<programAverage<<setw(10)<<testAverage<<setw(10)<<courseAverage<<setw(10)<<grade;

cout<<"----------------------------------------------------------------------"<<endl; 

     }    

Did your instructor go over passing parameters by reference. You need those techniques in this case. For instance, the getName signature would look like:

void getName (string & firstName, string & lastName)

Otherwise, you are just passing in copies of those variables, the changes are being made, and they are lost once the function ends.

Line 119 is plain wrong. A function can only return a single value. Also use the pass by reference technique with those parameters.

Just an aside, you should avoid global variables (except under very specific cases).