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July 14, 2015

FATV Announces GetSAP, an Online Tool to Educate Students about SAP Policies

Award-Winning Online Video Service Improves Student Understanding of Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements, Creates Self-Service Efficiencies for Students and Staff, and is a Valuable Tool in Achieving Retention and Default Aversion Goals
BOULDER, CO – FATV, a leading supplier of customizable online video solutions for college financial aid offices, announced today a new educational service for schools called GetSAP.
“GetSAP transforms a school’s Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy into a highly engaging, interactive, online video educational experience,” said Damon Vangelis, FATV’s Publisher.
Vangelis added: “We designed GetSAP with direct school input. The goal of this service is to help schools improve communication of their SAP requirements to financial aid recipients. GetSAP can be used as a proactive tool, and also when students run into difficulty meeting SAP requirements. GetSAP is optimized for connecting SAP to retention objectives and tracking student learning outcomes (SLOs).”
GetSAP is available across multiple platforms: online, mobile, and can be embedded directly on a school’s website. All video content, case studies, calculators and quizzes are fully customizable and are available on the following topics:
  • Proactive SAP Communication
  • At-Risk Student Intervention
  • Explaining the Appeals Process
  • 150% Rule
  • Pell Lifetime Eligibility
For more information on GetSAP, or to view a demo, visit FATV at booth number #202 at the NASFAA Conference in New Orleans July 19-21, 2015 or visit to learn more.
FATV ( is a service of CareerAmerica, LLC, an award-winning independent publisher of customizable digital solutions for educational institutions for over 11 years.
In January 2015, FATV was recognized by University Business as a Readers' Choice Top Product.

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