Entrepreneurship is not just about starting ventures. It’s about identifying opportunities for innovation and approaching the world with a creative, resourceful, and adaptive mindset. Trinity's program equips students from diverse disciplines with essential, real-world skills and empowers them to succeed in any field they pursue.

Curricular Options for Entrepreneurship at Trinity



Minor in Entrepreneurship
Discover the specifics of the minor’s curriculum, the courses you will take, and the opportunities you will have.


Pathways Discovery


From Ideas to Reality
In this Pathways Discovery option, explore the process of generating creative ideas and getting them into the world.


First-Year Experience


Creative Genius
Enroll in this first-year experience course to hone your innovative and critical thinking skills.



Who You'll Learn From

At Trinity, you’ll be learning and networking with industry leaders and experts who offer years of experience as business founders and senior executives as well as a passion for preparing young entrepreneurs to prosper.


The Faculty

Taking advantage of the Alamo City’s booming startup and tech scene and an impressive, international professional network, Trinity offers a unique adjunct faculty model that brings exemplary entrepreneurs into the classroom as instructors.

Faculty Bios


The Entrepreneur and Investor in Residence 

The Entrepreneur in Residence helps get student ventures up and running with critical coaching and feedback. Then, the Investor in Residence helps keep them going by ensuring they have what they need to secure additional funding.

Trinity is one of the few institutions that maintain a resident investment adviser for its undergraduates, a rare—yet invaluable—resource.

Meet the EiR Meet the IiR


of Trinity students participate in curricular or co-curricular entrepreneurship experiences


majors represented by students in entrepreneurship program


on the Forbes "Most Entrepreneurial Colleges" list


student companies win $50,000 in the annual Stumberg New Venture Competition


What You'll Learn

In a world defined by change, it takes a certain skill set and know-how to embrace environments of uncertainty and thrive in them. Trinity’s entrepreneurship program teaches you how to do exactly that. You’ll learn how to build something from nothing and find solutions to problems that create and deliver real value to customers and other stakeholders.

Innovation Across the University

Trinity University’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is a resource across campus to catalyze, develop, and support innovative programs and courses.



Since 2015, the Center has been working with Trinity’s Department of Education's Master of Education in School Leadership program to recognize and evaluate entrepreneurial opportunities in education.

This collaboration has lead to the development of the Trinity School Design Network, a new school incubator and school leadership program for educators and entrepreneurs to launch innovative and high-quality traditional district, autonomous district, and charter schools in the San Antonio region.


Health Care Administration

Through the annual Tigertank and PRISm competitions, the Center works with Trinity’s Healthcare Administration program to develop intrapreneurial healthcare management graduate students that exercise transformational leadership and fuel innovation within the healthcare industry.



Trinity University is defining what innovation in the humanities and liberal arts looks like in the 21st Century. The Center works with several groups and departments throughout campus as a critical sponsor and partner in innovation in the humanities through the Humanities Collective, the Mellon Initiative, and the various Humanities Labs on campus.