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The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), of which Fairfield is a member, was recognized as a Division I conference in 1984. Technically, Fairfield is listed as Division I-AAA (a school in Division I which does not field a football team). Fairfield discontinued its football program in 2003. The MAAC discontinued football altogether in 2007. Note that the NCAA can and does assign a school to different divisions for different sports, and that they reclassify schools frequently.
"Although I can not not provide you with many specifics, I do know that an AA school is not the same as an AAA school. There are a variety of schools that go by AAA such as Trucking schools and Safety Patrol, where the AA school that I found is a school of Architecture. The AA and AAA can stand for a variety of schools."
Division I non-football schools, play in conferences like the "Big West Conference", which are colloquially referred to as Division 1-AAA conferences. Large schools without a football budget (often times due to Title IX compliance) such as CSUN, fall into this category. These are typically the universities that earn the 15 and 16 seeds in the NCAA tournament, that won their respective conferences and earned automatic berths, although you've most likely never heard of them.
A, AA, and AAA are classifications in the sections or divisions of soccer. A is referring to schools that have low enrollement rates. AAA are usually the schools with high enrolement. They have nothing to do with the game itself. A, AA, and AAA are used in high school soccer.
There are several AAA accredited driving schools located in Connecticut. There are accredited schools in Old Saybrook, Manchester, Bozrah, and West Hartford.
they are a AA division school
The Pawtucket Red Sox are the AAA Division of Major League Baseball.
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how many AAA clubs are existing in Texas 1949
In collage volleyball there are three levels D1 being the best (Penn State, Nebraska, Iowa State and so on) then there is D2 that might be AAA and finally D3. (D = division)
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