In order to access federal financial aid to pay for higher education, students must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements, which require credit completion and GPA minimums. For some returning adult students who reenter higher education after a poor academic performance in the past, SAP requirements can be a significant barrier to earning the degree or credential they need to succeed professionally, change fields, or earn higher wages.

Check out our infographic for more about how SAP can hold students back, and how allowing a SAP reset could help.