Students in the University of Hawaii system who have an interest in entrepreneurship are invited to apply to live at Residences for Innovative Student Entrepreneurs (RISE), the mixed-use student housing/innovation center under construction across from the UH Mānoa campus.
The first students will move into RISE beginning fall 2023. Residents will not only enjoy an all-new housing community with like-minded students, but also proximity to the wealth of UH entrepreneurship programs offered. speak Asia Pacific Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) in the Shidler College of Commercewhich will be centered in the classroom, makerspaces, meeting rooms and coworking spaces on the lower floors of the new facility.
Interested undergraduate and graduate students from any UH Oʻahu campus are encouraged to visit the RISE website for more information.
Leasing for fall 2023 will begin in fall 2022. University officials expect significant demand for the 374 beds in the $70 million RISE facility at the site of the former Atherton YMCA at the corner of University Avenue and Metcalf Street.
“RISE will provide unique opportunities for UH students to grow as innovators and entrepreneurs who will help lead the diversification and strengthening of our economy,” said UH President David Lassner. “It will also provide a significant increase in our student housing inventory that will help relieve pressure on waiting lists created by growing enrollment at UH Mānoa as it seeks to prepare for another record-breaking freshman class. . This extraordinary project is coming to fruition without burdening taxpayers thanks to the leadership and collaboration of our P3 partners and the support of private donors who have already donated nearly $3.7 million to equip the state-of-the-art facility. , offer scholarships and launch the RISE programs.”
RISE is funded entirely with private money, not taxpayers. uh, UH Foundation and Hunt Companies entered into a public-private partnership (P3) to design, build and finance the facility. Moss is the general contractor. B.HOM Student Living will manage RISE, the university’s first externally managed student housing complex.
Learn more about RISE
RISE is a one-of-a-kind $70 million six-story facility that will integrate an innovation and entrepreneurship center with student housing. It will be a collaborative learning environment where students from all disciplines can explore their passions, solve complex problems, build prototypes, test their ideas, and access resources.
Students will cultivate new skills that are essential to becoming the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs who can positively impact our community. PACE will span the 114,000 square foot structure and develop hands-on programs and operate the co-working space, meeting rooms, classroom and prototyping labs.
Learn more about PACE website. Follow RISE on Instagram and Facebook (@risemanoa) for preview images and updates during development.
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The Asian Pacific Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) is home to an integrated set of cutting-edge entrepreneurship programs at the University of Hawai’i. Based at Shidler College of Business, PACE is dedicated to fostering an entrepreneurial spirit among all members of the University and the local community. For more information, visit pace.shidler.hawaii.edu or follow on Twitter and Instagram @pacehawaii.
The Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa was established in 1949 as the College of Business Administration and named in 2006 for alumnus Jay H. Shidler, founder and managing partner of the Shidler Group. Shidler College of Business is renowned for its expertise in international management education and is consistently ranked among the nation’s top business schools for international business by US News & World Report. Long recognized for its Asia-Pacific focus, the college offers a wide variety of degree, certificate, and executive programs. The college offers the only graduate program in the state of Hawaii and Vietnam accredited by AACSB International. www.shidler.hawaii.edu.
The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa serves approximately 20,000 students pursuing more than 225 different degrees. Hailing from every Hawaiian island, every state in the nation, and more than 100 countries, UH Mānoa students thrive in an enriching environment for the global exchange of ideas. For more information, visit manoa.hawaii.edu. Follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/uhmanoa and Twitter www.twitter.com/UHManoaNews.
The University of Hawaii Foundation, a non-profit organization, raises private funds to support the University of Hawaii system. The mission of the University of Hawai’i Foundation is to unite the passions of donors with the aspirations of the University of Hawai’i by mobilizing philanthropic support and managing private investments to benefit UH , the people of Hawai’i and our future generations. Visit us at uhfoundation.org.