FAA

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AcronymDefinition
FAAFederal Aviation Administration (US government)
FAAFederal Arbitration Act
FAAFleet Air Arm (UK)
FAAFederal Aviation Agency (US government, pre-1967 name of the Federal Aviation Administration)
FAAFederación Agraria Argentina (Spanish: Argentina Agricultural Federation; Argentina)
FAAFédération Algérienne d'Athlétisme (French: Algerian Athletics Federation; Algeria)
FAAFilipino-American Association (various locations)
FAAForeign Assistance Act
FAAFellow of the Australian Academy of Science (also seen as FAAS)
FAAFine Arts Association (various locations)
FAAFine Aggregate Angularity (pavements)
FAAFinancial Aid Administrator (various organizations)
FAAFragment anti Aliasing
FAAFinancial Administration Act (Canada)
FAAFuerza Aérea Argentina (Argentinian Air Force)
FAAAngolan Armed Forces
FAAFunctional Area Analysis
FAAForças Armadas Angolanas (Angolan Armed Forces)
FAAFrais d'Améliorations Aéroportuaires (French: Airport Improvement Fees; Canada)
FAAFreedom of Access Act (Maine)
FAAFree Amino Acid
FAAFinancial Aid Advisor
FAAFormation Appliquée aux Assurances (French: Applied Training for Insurance)
FAAFédération des Auto-Écoles Agréées (French: Federation of Motorbikes; Belgium)
FAAFlorida Apartment Association (Maitland, Florida)
FAAFilipinos for Affirmative Action (Oakland, CA)
FAAForces Armées Australiennes (French: Australian Defense Forces)
FAAFatal Accidents Act (Canada)
FAAFujikura Automotive America
FAAFirst Article Approval
FAAFriendly Aviation Associaton (Federal Aviation Administration slang)
FAAFree of All Average
FAAFine Arts Auditorium
FAAFranco Anglaise d'Assurances (French insurance company)
FAAForward Assembly Area
FAAFaith Arts Academy (Silver Spring, MD)
FAAFisheries Administration Act 1991 (Australia)
FAAFinancial Assistance Act
FAAFlorida Aquaculture Association
FAAFlorida Archery Association
FAAFlorida Attractions Association
FAAFirearm Act (Canada)
FAAFlorida Airboat Association
FAAFund Administering Activity
FAAFlorida Arcade Association
FAAFORSCOM Action Agent (US Army)
FAAFresh Acid Add
FAAFirst Aircraft Arrival
FAAForeign Airlines Association (UK)
FAAFuture Attack Aircraft
FAAFrequency Allocation Authority (Pakistan)
FAAFamily Allowance, Class A
FAAFocus Area Assessments
FAAFatty Acid Amine
FAAFutbol Asociacion de Argentina (Argentine Soccer Players Union)
FAAFunctional Area Assessment/Assignment
FAAFilled Aperture Antenna
FAAFisheries and Aquaculture Act, 2001 (Bulgaria)
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When you visit various campuses as you try to select a school, talk to a financial aid administrator. Collect business cards so you can follow up with them later.
Atlanta, GA, January 15, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Local inspirational author and financial aid administrator Bonita G.
Ortiz, a financial aid administrator at Alamo Colleges, and Eyra A.
Department of Education, you will get nowhere because Congress delegated authority only to the college financial aid administrator," Kantrowitz says.
Call (800) 942-2677 for information on a new federal program called National and Community Service for high school grads, then keep asking your guidance counselor's advice or make an appointment with the financial aid administrator's office at colleges in which you are interested.
Through that process, a school's financial aid administrator can add to a financial aid package based on extenuating circumstances that have impacted a family's finances since they initially applied for aid.
Patricia Thompson, a financial aid administrator with the State University of New York System, says leaders there decided to took beyond the traditional response to troublesome default rates.
The majority of college financial aid offices have seen cuts to their operating budgets this year compared to the 2007-08 academic year when the recession began, according to the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator's latest QuickScan Survey.
This bill is supported by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, the National Association of College Admissions Counseling, the American Federation of Teachers, the National Consumer Law Center (on behalf of its low-income clients), The Institute for College Access and Success, the Center for Responsible Lending.
These rules, which will next be published for public comment, come after months of negotiations that engaged a wide variety of higher education stakeholders, including students, employers, veterans, financial aid administrators, student legal aid organizations, and minority-serving, faith-based, online, two-year and four-year, public, non-profit, and proprietary colleges and universities.
"Generally, college financial aid administrators are more likely to make an adjustment when a special circumstance is due to factors beyond the family's control, such as job loss or disability related expenses, as opposed to discretionary choices," Kantrowitz writes.
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