Student RE Association

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Student Real Estate Association

The Clemson University Student Real Estate Association is an organization comprised of graduate real estate development students who seek to enrich Clemson’s MRED program by:

  • Providing education and opportunities that will aid students in career and professional advancement;
  •   Developing and maintaining relationships with MRED program alumni, industry professionals, and prospective students; and
  •   Creating professional & social networking opportunities for MRED students and real estate professionals.

The mission of CUSREA is to represent the interests of our peers within the MRED program, and to provide opportunities for professional and social enrichment for students through the academic year. Additionally, we serve as the liaison between students, faculty, alumni, and our Advancement Board. Current cabinet members include:

Brockton Hall Brockton Hall
President
Taylor Ogle Taylor Ogle

VP Alumni & 
Professional Relations

Blake Muldrow Blake Muldrow
VP Social Events
Chandler Thompson Chandler Thompson
VP Philanthropy &
Community Outreach

Events

The Association plans and sponsors a variety of programs and events throughout the academic year including:

  • Participation in state and national real estate conferences
  •   Guest speakers
  •   Career mentoring program
  •   Internship workshop
  •   Alumni weekend
  •   Community service
  •   Class dinners and social mixers
  •   Graduation reception

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Alumni TestimonialsDon't just take our word for it.

"The Clemson MRED program also instilled in me a lifelong commitment to the principles of the Urban Land Institute, an organization which has been an invaluable outlet for ongoing learning, service, networking, and relationship building among industry leaders and fellow MRED alumni. This commitment has led to numerous leadership opportunities and posts as both Chairman and Vice-Chairman of ULI Charlotte's Young Leaders Group."
Charles Rulick, MRED ‘07, Vice President, Conventional Multi-Family Development, Miller-Valentine Group, Charlotte, NC.
"The multidisciplinary approach that Clemson's program facilitates really has helped me stand out amongst other colleagues in my career endeavors. Unlike other programs that are focused on one segment such as real estate finance, my extensive background knowledge helps me to be able to contribute ideas and perspectives to all aspects of a real estate deal - from horizontal development, to feasibility analysis, the construction process, to the real estate laws that are important to major commercial real estate transactions. I believe this knowledge has immensely helped my respect amongst real estate peers and increased my overall business volume."
Leila (Blackmon) Hunter, MRED ‘09, Senior Associate—Retail Investment Sales, Jones Lang LaSalle, Orlando, FL.
"Clemson’s unique interdisciplinary program, coupled with a talented professor base and real world application of real estate best practices truly sets itself apart from other Real Estate graduate programs. My passion and understanding of real estate development increased ten-fold during my time at Clemson and served as a spring board to my career in the hospitality business. The sky is the limit…and Clemson made it possible."
Ryan Bowes, MRED '08, Director, Americas Capital Planning & Analysis, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Stamford, Connecticut.
"Clemson’s MRED program allowed me to accomplish my life-long dream of pursuing a career in real estate development. Its well-rounded curriculum allowed me to integrate my background in Architecture (Ohio State University) and Finance (Franklin University) and prepared me to assume a key position upon graduation. I was also attracted to the program’s southeastern location due to the projected population growth in the region. The depth and diversity of the Advancement Board and growing alumni provided invaluable introductions for business and job opportunities."
Ronn Stewart, MRED ’08, Project Executive-High Rise Projects, Flaherty and Collins Properties, Indianapolis, IN.
"With a five-year architecture degree from LSU, I was searching for a school that filled the “reality” gap in my career. For me, Clemson MRED filled that gap. We were taught real-life aspects of development, not just tools of the trade. In addition to the standard skillset – underwriting, discounted cash-flow analysis, ARGUS, time value of money, etc. – we were taught people skills such as networking, etiquette, moral responsibility, and more. Through the connections made while at Clemson, I landed an incredible summer internship as well as a great full-time job upon graduation. I cannot speak highly enough for the MRED program, faculty, and all who support it."
Jeremy Bunner, MRED ’14, Analyst, Allegiance Realty Corporation, Charlotte, NC.
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