Student Spotlight: Noah Rolnick

The Warrington College of Business is full of standout alumni and students. No matter their program or major, their time on campus plays an important role in preparing for impactful careers. This series will feature exceptional people from across Warrington. 

Learn more about what makes Noah Rolnick, a combination degree student in the Master of Science in Real Estate program, a standout student at the Warrington College of Business.

Q: What is your degree program and when will you graduate?

Rolnick: “I’m a combination degree student pursuing a Master of Science in Real Estate and Bachelor of Science in Finance graduating in May 2021.”

Q: Where are you from originally?

Rolnick: “I was born and raised in Miami, Fla.”

Q: Are you in any student organizations? Do you hold any board positions?

Rolnick: “I currently serve as President of the UF Real Estate Society, an organization that focuses on the education and growth of students interested in the commercial real estate industry. I was first introduced to the MSRE Program and Bergstrom Center during my freshman fall upon joining the Real Estate Society. It’s an amazing feeling to now be in a position helping other students find their passion for the real estate industry.”

Q: When did you know you wanted to pursue a degree at Warrington, and why was it an interesting option for you?

Rolnick: “Growing up in Florida, it was always my goal to be a Gator. Going into my senior year of high school, I worked with a real estate firm in Wynwood, where I learned I had an interest in pursuing a career in the real estate industry. Given my strong analytical and mathematical skills, I knew it would be best for me to major in Finance because it would create an excellent foundation for a career in the real estate industry.”

Q: What’s the highlight of your time at Warrington?

Rolnick: “The highlight of my time at Warrington has been joining the MSRE community and meeting others with similar goals and interests who I know I’ll be doing business with the rest of my life.”

Q: What do you want to do after graduation?

Rolnick: “After graduation, I hope to obtain a position in either acquisitions, capital markets, or advisory.”

Q: What can we find you doing after class or on the weekend?

Rolnick: “Outside of class, you can find me playing basketball, rooting for the Miami Heat or Florida Gators, or out on the boat when I’m home in Miami. I also love traveling.”

Q: If you had $1 million, what would you do with it?

Rolnick: “If I had $1M, I would find other people who had $1M and pool our money to syndicate a real estate deal.”