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Real Estate and Land Use Institute

Fall 2024 Real Estate Scholarship

Submission Deadline: Sunday, April 28, 2024

Description

Amount: Award Varies, typically $500- $3,000

Established by: This scholarship is funded by the State of California's Real Estate Scholarship and Internship Grant ("RESIG") endowment to help support students considering a career in real estate. 

Open to: The Real Estate Scholarship is open to all majors with an interest in real estate, broadly defined. Students must be currently enrolled in at least one course in real estate, broadly defined (e.g. urban planning, urban economics, geographic information systems, and property tax classes all qualify, in addition to the typical business school real estate curriculum) and meet the following:

Criteria:

  • Is a CSU student currently enrolled in at least 6 units and will be enrolled in Spring, 2024
  • Has an interest in pursuing a career in real estate
  • Has completed (or be currently enrolled in) at least one course in real estate, broadly defined. This would include but not be limited to urban planning, urban economics, geographic information systems, business ethics, and property tax classes all qualify, in addition to the typical business school real estate curriculum
  • Has a minimum 2.5 campus GPA (undergraduate) or 3.0 campus GPA (graduate students)
  • Has encountered economic or educational disadvantages in pursuing their education
  • Financial aid screening will be conducted as part of the application review process to confirm eligibility.

 Application: RELUI scholarship application

 

Created in 1974 and housed for the first time at CSUN, the CSU Real Estate and Land Use Institute (RELUI) is a collaborative effort among industry leaders, government regulators and faculty to promote education and professionalism in the industry and to support students pursuing real estate careers. 

The institute administers California’s Real Estate Education Endowment, which funds program improvements and student scholarships. The institute’s advisory board is made up of industry leaders, Department of Real Estate representatives, and CSU faculty. Every year, the committee typically awards almost $50,000 in student scholarships and more than $25,000 in program grants.

News & Resources

In Fall 2021 the Real Estate and Land Use Institute awarded $18,000 in grants to excellent real estate students at CSU campuses including Fullerton, Northridge, Sacramento, San Bernardino, and San Diego along with Cal Poly campuses Pomona and San Luis Obispo. These grants come from an endowment created as a partnership between the CSU Chancellor and California's Department of Real Estate to support students pursuing real estate studies.


C.A.R.’s 2022 Housing Market Forecast

C.A.R.'s institute, Center For California Real Estate (CCRE), has a new website: centerforcaliforniarealestate.org. Visit the site to find immediate access to intel, experiences and plans of action from diverse partners on the ground, involved in each critical industry issue. Check out the 2022 Housing Market Forecast

RELUI Student Scholarship Recipient Spotlight

David Nazarian College of Business and Economics’ alumnus, Thiago D’Elia ’20 (Real Estate) was named a recipient of the Real Estate and Land Use Institute’s (RELUI) student scholarship in spring 2020. 

“I was ecstatic about receiving the scholarship,” D’Elia said. “For a student like me, the scholarship had a massive impact on my education.” Read more.