Chad Colman earns Master in Real Estate Degree from UF

Frater Colman with his wife Jenna and their sons Asher (chomping) and Devin

Frater Chad Colman (BC ’97, Beta-Pi 1044) graduated with honors from the University of Florida’s Hough Graduate School of Business with a Master in Real Estate Degree.   The ten-month, 34 credit hour,  full-time in residence program, housed in the Warrington College of Business Administration (WCBA), features interaction with high-level working professional, and nationally recognized professors.  In addition to a comprehensive set of core real estate courses, Master in Real Estate students may select from a broad array of finance, entrepreneurship, development, building construction, and urban and regional planning electives. The required “capstone” course provides MSRE students the opportunity to analyze “live” commercial real estate cases supplied and coordinated by practicing real estate professionals.

The Colman house is now the true enemy of UGA with a Yellow Jacket and a Yellow Jacket/Gator representing!

“Sorry about the Gator ‘Chomp’,” he wrote, “my boy has been indoctrinated after a year in Gainesville.”

Colman was prytanis of the Chapter during the tumultuous months leading up to the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996.  He and his wife Jenna were among the “magnificent seven” who remained at the TKE house working on repairs and renovations until the ACoG officially took possession of the property on behalf of the Irish Olympic team.

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