This page is for the 2017 Entrepreneurship Foundry Course. For information on the upcoming session, visit this year's page.

The Entrepreneurship Foundry is a cross-campus initiative that leverages University and community start-up resources to help you start and/or grow your business venture in a for-credit 13-week long course.

The Entrepreneurship Foundry course will act as an accelerator for your entrepreneurial venture; you will have access to external mentors at themed sessions as well as frequent access to “lab” time to allow you to focus on your business. .

  • Your venture will be evaluated by using a pre-survey and interview to determine where you are at with your venture and set goals.
  • At the end of the course you will be interviewed to measure the progress
  • Mandatory 3 slide check-ins on a bi-weekly basis; will allow you to develop your pitch skills, as well as gain valuable  feedback from professors, mentors and peers.

An interview and acceptance process will ensure only those most committed to real entrepreneurship will be accepted. 

The course will run this winter on Thursdays from 4-7 p.m. and space is limited to 25 students. Student teams are eligible and not all members need to be registered for the course to participate. The deadline to submit applications is December 12, 2016.

To learn more and to apply for the course, please contact Stephen Daze.