A Proposed Investment on a University Campus

Mohammed H. S. Al Ashry


College days are probably the most memorable years of a man or woman’s life. The students’ unions’ associations and entertainment building usually houses rooms for meetings and seminars, a book store, a small grocery store, a novelty store, a number of brand name fast and regular food restaurants, an arcade for games machines, bowling, ping pong, billiards, and a large space with appropriate seating for students and guests, and large screen TV’s and a movies theater. This paper proposes a scheme to build a risk managed students association building dedicated to the satisfaction of campus’ students’ and visitors’ needs. The return on its operations is assumed to be very rewarding to entrepreneurs and small businesses alike. This paper presents a case in which a union building is budgeted, three legal businesses leasing spaces within this building. The building’s budgeted capital is financed. The space leased by the three businesses represents a small percentage of the overall structure, however, its revenue and specifically input into the building’s investment is relatively much larger, emphasizing that the union’s building’s investment is a successful venture. An element of humorous sarcasm is introduced in describing one of the union building’s leasing businesses; a provision of an entertaining flavor to escort readers’ attention.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijfr.v8n4p213

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International Journal of Financial Research
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