Every day, university housing offices are faced with a set of challenging, yet repetitive problems, particularly urban universities like Pace New York. These problems include space allocation, resident and staff management, data storage and accessibility, reporting, the psychological and cultural issues of the student residents, and the age-old challenge of compatible roommates. This thesis will focus on an interdisciplinary, collaborative, and entrepreneurial effort made by students to leverage technology to solve these problems. The purpose is to examine how a student-created company, Reslutions Inc,, was conceptualized to solve the problems faced by a university's housing office.
Pease, Jeremy, "Employing Entrepreneurship and Computing to Solve University Housing Problems" (2012). Honors College Theses. 116.