2018 NAIOP University Challenge Sponsorship

The USP Program is looking to sponsor a number of students to attend NAIOP’s 8th Annual University Challenge. What is it? Student teams from UCSD’s very own Urban Studies and Planning Program, SDSU’s Corky McMillin Center for Real Estate, and the University Of San Diego Burnham Moores Center for Real Estate compete in a business case study real estate competition on the highest and best use for a real, proposed site|case study in San Diego County. Potential issues to be addressed may include financing, transit oriented issues, sustainable development, traffic patterns, community impact, feasibility and investment returns. The judging panel|investment committee consists of various senior level commercial real estate professionals. The teams must defend their project privately in front of the committee and then present to an audience of real estate professionals, industry leaders and fellow students.

This would be a great event to attend if you’re a USP/RED major or minor, looking to join next year’s NAIOP team, and/or looking to mix and mingle with real estate professionals, industry leaders and fellow students. The event is on Wednesday, April 25.

While student tickets are normally $10, the USP Program is looking to sponsor a number of students to attend for FREE. Please register here by APRIL 15 at 12:00PM: https://goo.gl/forms/M5KIfggVJtM2myIL2

If you are signing up to be sponsored, you are making a commitment to attend the event.

 

*Need a ride there? We will work to find rides and carpools there once our list is finalized.

Have any questions, comments, or concerns? Email Ryan Balba at rbalba@ucsd.edu

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