START-UP GUIDANCE & STRATEGY

The E-Center employ students and faculty with a variety of backgrounds, who can help individuals develop their business model and identify areas where MSU’s network can help grow a new venture.

START-UP GRANT PROGRAM (TCEE)

Funded by the Thad Cochran Endowment for Entrepreneurship (TCEE), the Start-up Grant Program provides small rounds of micro-funding to help students and faculty launch a business, overcome a current business financial hurdle, or achieve a new level of success.

MSU ANGEL NETWORK

With the aim of providing MSU-based start-ups with access to larger capital, the MSU Angel Network is comprised of investors who actively pursue opportunities to invest in early-stage ventures.

STUDENTS-IN-STARTUPS

This program is designed to pair students who possess an entrepreneurial interest with local start-up companies during a semester. Subsidy scholarships are available.

MSU BUSINESS INCUBATOR

The Incubator provides start-ups and other early stage companies with infrastructure, community, and resources designed to help them build stable, fast-growth businesses.

JACK HATCHER CERTIFICATE

Engineering students can earn this certificate (similar to a minor) which can appear on their transcript and diploma, demonstrating their knowledge of new venture opportunity recognition.

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Rivals Week

The Engineering Student Council and the Entrepreneurship Club will be hosting the first annual Rivals Week. This will be a week-long event […] read more

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