We're the hub of entrepreneurial activities and resources helping the TU community to imagine, ignite and transform ideas into action. Make an appointment, attend an event or workshop or just stop by our space in Cook Library, room 401.
In response to COVID-19, Towson University is open with limited services. Although you can't visit the Student Launch PAd, we're still available during normal business hours by email and by virtual appointment.
Email us at launchpad AT_TOWSON
We've set up a Blackboard site to house all of the content for our events and resources for the spring 2020 term. To attend a virtual event or see resources, do the following:
Whether you're creating a startup or working in a traditional environment, entrepreneurial skills translate to all industries and are vital to succeeding in today’s global marketplace.
At the Student Launch Pad you can:
We're located in Cook Library in room 401 on the fourth floor, just across from the stairwell. In addition to our events, we're open for walk-ins and appointments during the following hours:
Mondays - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Tuesdays - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesdays - 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursdays - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Fridays - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Dream it. Pitch it. Launch it. And win prizes and cash at five competitions open to the entire campus annually. No entrepreneurship experience required. Learn more
We're a small but mighty group of students, staff and faculty members who are passionate about entrepreneurship and bringing people together to solve problems and turn ideas into action. Meet the Launch Pad Associates.
Check out these inspiring young student and alumni entrepreneurs who got their start at TU.
Senior is developing a non-profit connecting under-resourced youth to community service trips
With the help of CIE programs like the Tiger Cage, Victor launched his energy supplement as a student at TU.
Ryan is a mass communications major and entrepreneurship minor working on his startup, BreakBox.
Megan and Meredith spearhead the creation of Enactus Cafe in Stephens Hall, which is run entirely by students.
Jay used his degree in business administration/entrepreneurship to start a nonprofit to help refugees.