DANIEL M. DILELLA CENTER FOR REAL ESTATE
BUILDING LEADERS THROUGH EXPERIENCE
The Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate was established to provide outstanding academic and professional development opportunities to Villanova students in the field of real estate. The DiLella Center supports faculty research and teaching, ensuring relevance in the curriculum through the incorporation of site visits, experiential learning projects, industry-standard tools and the perspectives of industry experts.
Through the DiLella Center, undergraduates can pursue a major, co-major or minor in real estate—with real estate focused courses including investments, law, development, modeling, accounting, capital markets and economics—while graduate students can specialize in real estate through the Villanova MBA program. The DiLella Center also supports VSB’s student-run Real Estate Society and Daniel M. DiLella and Thomas M. Mulroy (DAN-TOM) Real Estate Student Managed Fund.
The DiLella Center connects and mobilizes the Villanova real estate community—through educational programs, thought leadership initiatives and networking events—to expand the horizons of a new generation of real estate leaders and to generate vibrant conversations on issues facing the real estate industry.
Welcome to the Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate at the Villanova School of Business. We are dedicated to producing tomorrow’s leaders in the commercial real estate industry at both the undergraduate and graduate level and fostering a community that shares knowledge and experiences.
Statement on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate embraces the broader Villanova University mission by committing to the implementation of a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive academic and professional environment where students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends from underrepresented groups feel welcomed, valued and supported.
DAN-TOM Real Estate Student Managed Fund
In the fall of 2018, VSB and the Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate launched the Daniel M. DiLella and Thomas M. Mulroy (DAN-TOM) Real Estate Student Managed Fund. Villanova University is the first university to offer undergraduate students the opportunity to manage a real estate investment fund.
The Nova Next Council is a group of young and ambitious members of the Villanova real estate community who provide strategic guidance on the Center's mission, activities, curricula and professional development opportunities.
STUDENT SHAREPOINT SITE
Direct access to real estate jobs, internships, scholarships, industry resources, and DiLella Center news & events.
BECOME A MEMBER
Participate within the DiLella Center and stay in touch with classmates and form valuable relationships with other Villanova alumni.
SUPPORT THE CENTER
Your donations enable the DiLella Center to advance experiential learning opportunities, alumni engagement and thought leadership initiatives.