School Success Stories

Working with schools across the country gives First American a unique vantage point to share innovative solutions that other schools are using to address their most complicated campus projects. Click on the stories below to learn what other colleges and universities are doing to evolve their schools.

 

Enabling Student Learning Through...

Success Story: Whitfield School

Whitfield School, a private, independent 6-12 grade school has been an early adopter of technology for many years. However, with the fast...

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Enabling Student Learning Through New 1:1 Program

Aligning Incoming Donations to...

Success Story: Houston Baptist University

Houston Baptist University, like many schools, was looking for a way to convert multi-year donations into available funding for critical...

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Aligning Incoming Donations to Finance Projects Now

Using Cash-Flow Neutral Funding...

Success Story: Adelphi University

Adelphi University recently implemented a new co-generation central heating plant that would reduce their kilowatt usage by 41%. By...

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Using Cash-Flow Neutral Funding for Energy Projects



 

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