TU is a community hub for entrepreneurship where innovative ideas, people and businesses
are sparked, developed and nurtured every day.
Looking for the innovation and entrepreneurial hook-up? Meet other like-minded students,
learn from guest speakers, participate in workshops, and hang during watch parties.
Venture Club is where like-minded students find community.
Each Wednesday someone from TU’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will be
available to whiteboard your idea with you and identify next steps.
The StarTUp Accelerator is an intensive eight-week, cohort-based fellowship where ventures take residency
and work in a collaborative space accelerating their ventures. A few weeks after the
fellowship, at the StarTUp Accelerator Showcase, each venture gives a five-minute
pitch to an audience of senior TU administrators, potential investors and clients,
TU alumni, and community members. Accepted Ventures receive a $10,000 equity-free
stipend as well as mentorship, founder-centric programming and exposure to successful
ventures who are alumni of this model.
The business administration major with a concentration in entrepreneurship combines the classic business degree with the tools for building and running a business
with the option to customize in social entrepreneurship, international entrepreneurship
and family business. The minor in entrepreneurship develops the entrepreneurial potential of any TU student who wants to be their own
boss or explore their own business ideas.
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship fosters entrepreneurial talent, ideas, and opportunities for the campus community
and beyond through hands-on programs.