APPA-Leadership in Educational Facilities
1914, as (US) Association of Physical Plant Administrators. Subsequently referred to as: National Association of Physical Administrators of Universities and Colleges; Association of Superintendents of Buildings and Grounds of Universities and Colleges; Association of Physical Plant Administrators of Universities and Colleges. Previously also known as Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers (APPA). Present name adopted 2007.
Maintain, protect and promote the quality of educational facilities, by serving and assisting facilities officers and physical plant administrators in colleges, universities, and other educational institutions.
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Regional organizations (7): U-XG7193 - Australasian Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers (AAPPA); Central Region (CAPPA); Eastern Region (ERAPPA); Midwest Region (MAPPA); Pacific Coast Region (RCAPPA); Rocky Mountain Region (RMA); Southeastern Region (SRAPPA).
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