ATHENAPowerLink® Baltimore is a yearlong mentorship program designed to assist women entrepreneurs with their business.
TU is a community hub for entrepreneurship where innovative ideas, people and businesses are sparked, developed and nurtured.
The StarTUp at the Armory is a one-of-a-kind, 26,000 sq. ft. building in the heart of Towson where Greater Baltimore’s entrepreneurs and their ventures are fostered. Free co-working space, open to the public, takes up 6,000 sq. ft. Fifteen offices and seven conference rooms support partners and fellows of the StarTUp Accelerator.
Everyone can benefit from an education in entrepreneurship. TU’s entrepreneurship academic programs are based in the College of Business and Economics, but are open to students in all colleges.
Venture Club is where like-minded students find community. Meet other like-minded
students, learn from guest speakers, participate in workshops, and hang during watch
Student business startups Renndvous and Tapin were both chosen as the top 25 entrants to receive an invitation for the tournament.
Partnership brings freshmen at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School to TU to build entrepreneurship skills.
The Gula Tech Foundation’s Confidence in Data Care grant will support further innovation focused on building a cyber-ready workforce.
The StarTUp Accelerator fellows pitched their ventures at the annual StarTUp Accelerator Showcase.
StarTUp at the Armory wows crowd at grand opening, ribbon cutting ceremony
TU, UpSurge partner to make Baltimore nation's first Equitech City
The StarTUp Accelerator announces its second cohort of eight ventures.
College of Business & Economics launches TU’s first undergraduate certification—a certification in entrepreneurship.
Inaugural, virtual StarTUp Accelerator Showcase highlights accelerator's initial cohort.
TU Incubator rebranded to StarTUp Accelerator
The StarTUp Accelerator announces its first cohort of six ventures.
Towson University becomes new home to ATHENAPowerLink® Baltimore
Patrick T. McQuown joins Towson University as Executive Director of Entrepreneurship.
TU transforming Armory into hub for entrepreneurship.
Female and diverse founders make up 50% of TU Incubator member companies.
$150 million in economic impact including over 1,000 jobs created.
TU Incubator surpasses 75 companies supported since inception.
TU Incubator grows to support largest cluster of EdTech companies in the state.
TU Incubator reaches 50 members supported since inception.
TU Incubator moves from 7801 York Road to 7400 York Road, doubling capacity.
The College of Business & Economics introduces a minor in entrepreneurship.
TowsonGlobal changes name to TU Incubator.
Graduate member Keffa Coffee named Best Incubator Graduate Company of the Year by the Maryland Business Incubation Association.
Student Launch Pad launches to provide student entrepreneurs with opportunities to develop their ideas and business plans with the help of fellow students and entrepreneur mentors.
The fifth-year economic impact study shows $34 million in total economic activity and 150+ jobs created.
TowsonGlobal admits first five resident members.
The College of Business & Economics introduces the Business Administration Major: Entrepreneurship.
Towson University launches international business incubator, TowsonGlobal, in partnership with Baltimore County Economic Development. Clay Hickson named director.