appa Founded in 1914, APPA: The Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers is an international association dedicated to maintaining, protecting, and promoting the quality of educational facilities. APPA serves and assists facilities officers and physical plant administrators in colleges, universities, and other educational institutions throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and other countries worldwide.
cfta The identity of Campus FM Technology Association exists in the combined talent and experience of its members and their willingness to use their knowledge to serve one another through sharing and collaboration. The unique character of the Association lies in its focus on the development and application of the tools of technology across multiple disciplines for the planning, development, maintenance, and management of campus facilities. It is our mission to serve our members and society at large by facilitating the success of our constituents.
npma The NPMA is a non-profit, professional association dedicated to cost-effective management of personal property in the public and private sectors. The phrase “personal property” is associated with durable and moveable property as opposed to “real property” (real estate). We are committed to building leadership through training, certification and educational opportunities.
SAME The Society of American Military Engineers is a unique non-profit association located outside of Washington, D.C., with 122 Posts (chapters) worldwide. Its mission is to promote and facilitate engineering support for national security by developing and enhancing relationships and competencies among uniformed services, public and private sector engineers, and related professionals.
SCUP The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), which was established in 1965, is a community of senior, higher education leaders who are responsible for, or are involved in, the integration of planning on their campuses and for the professionals who support them. Members look to SCUP to find ways to successfully integrate the institution’s mission into their academic plan, and then seek to integrate all other kinds of planning on campus in support of the academic plan.