The Association of Credit and Collection Professionals is an international organization with 5,000 members in the credit and collection industry. ACA was founded in 1939 to establish ethical standards for the industry, to serve as a resource for members and to promote the industry to businesses and consumers. Members include third-party collection agencies, asset buyers, attorneys, creditors and vendor affiliates. Read more.
AAHAM’s mission is to provide education, certification, networking and advocacy for healthcare revenue cycle professionals. Read more.
COHEAO serves as a partnership of colleges, universities, and organizations dedicated to promoting student-friendly, efficiently operated campus-based loan and tuition payment programs. COHEAO members are dedicated to the preservation and Since 1981 improvement of the Federal Perkins Loan and HHS Loan Programs. COHEAO also advocates for the sound regulation of student financial services operations and campus accounts-receivable management practices. Read more.
CTCA promotes efficient, effective and equitable municipal tax collections; to promote professionalism among tax collectors; to promote the dissemination of information among tax collectors; to promote compliance with state law through education and training; to promote uniformity in practices and applications of statutory procedures; to promote certification of tax collectors; to provide for the continuing education and training of Members; and to monitor legislation regarding municipal tax collection and; to promote the adoption of state legislation which provides for efficient and effective means of municipal tax collection. Read more.
DBA is the Debt Buyers Association, industry professionals, networked and dedicated to building a reliable and credible market for delinquent receivables. Read more.
EACUBO's vision is to be the premier provider of professional development and networking opportunities essential for strengthening college and university business administration in the Eastern region. Read more.
EARMA exists to promote the best interests of their members by providing services in professional development, networking, and dissemination of best practice in the field of research management. Members represent public and private research organizations from over 30 countries across Europe. Read more.
FABSAA was founded to help fill the state-specific need to share, network and discuss current topics, concerns and challenges that affect the Florida college business administrators. Today, membership includes over 50 organizations and 150 individuals. Read more.
GSP works to ensure that Massachusetts’ policies and practices are consistent with state and federal laws. This unit works with other facets of state government on behalf of the needs of people with disabilities to resolve problems before they turn to crises. Read more.
HFMA is the leading membership organization for healthcare financial management executives and leaders. Its more than 35,000 members value the Association's role as a respected thought leader on top trends and issues facing the healthcare industry. Read more.
The Massachusetts Association of Patient Account Management (MAPAM) is an independent statewide organization dedicated to meeting the informational and educational needs of healthcare professionals. Read more.
Formed in 1988, the Minnesota Collection Network is a non-profit organization of professionals working at colleges and universities, primarily from the upper Midwest. They do; however, welcome all members that are interested in opportunities to exchange ideas, information and technology through their Web site, an annual conference, and through valuable relationships formed as a part of membership in the network. The committee members are all volunteers. Read more.
NASFAA promotes the professional preparation, effectiveness, support, and diversity of persons and organizations involved in the administration of student financial aid, and facilitates communication throughout its community. NASFAA encourages and promotes programs that remove financial barriers to ensure student access to postsecondary education. Read more.
The New England Collectors Association is comprised of nearly 100 member agencies located in the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. NECA's mission is to provide their members with educational and networking forums, as well as active legislative representation/tracking through our full-time lobbying efforts. Read more.
NYSOBBA is a not-for-profit corporation organized to promote excellence and professionalism among its members in carrying out student-related business functions at institutions of higher education in New York. Read more at.
NCHER, formerly NCHELP, is a nationwide network of guaranty agencies, secondary markets, lenders, loan servicers, collection agencies, schools, and other organizations involved in the administration of the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP). Read more.
In 2008 PacWest SFS was formed from two of California’s premier long-standing Higher Education, non-profit organizations: the California Colleges & University Loan Administrators Association (CCULAA) and the California Bursar’s Association (CBA). These two organizations had two distinctly different focuses; CCULAA was focused on student loan administration while the CBA focus was primarily on student account receivables and cashiering. Read more.
PDG is a leading international sales & customer service training and consulting firm. They use comprehensive programs, coaching and consulting to ensure their clients sales and service professionals have the critical skills, attitudes and behaviors needed to be successful. Established in 1999, PDG has since developed a proven track record in helping organizations increase their effectiveness and implement strategic initiatives aimed at improving company performance. Their strength is in their ability to customize & implement training programs where they focus on listening and helping organizations define their most critical needs. Read more.
TRMA is an industry forum for Telecom Risk Management professionals with the goal of helping members to deal with the industry’s uncollectible issues. TRMA works to eliminate fraud and reduce risk for the good of its members and the industry and for paying customers. Read more.
Texas BUC$ is a professional organization for Student Business Office administrators and employees at the public, community and private sector levels. Their regional meetings and annual conference provide an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues and to visit with exhibitors to discover new approaches and solutions to issues common to student business services. Read more.