SUPPORTING ENTREPRENEURS PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
Opportunities and resources abound for Trinity University’s entrepreneurship students, from personalized mentorship and workshops to funding and internship opportunities.
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship supports alumni through offering opportunities to develop their ventures, connect with the community and mentors, and expand their professional networks.
Faculty & Staff
Trinity’s faculty and staff members can also access resources and guidance to advance their own entrepreneurial projects.
Intellectual Property Policy
View Trinity's intellectual property and copyright policies, and get information on trademarks, patents and copyrights.
FROM PITCHING TO PATENTS
Insight and Guidance
With diverse backgrounds in the start-up community, the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship staff can offer their expert know-how and skillset to help you along every step of your entrepreneurial journey, from collaborating with others to filing patents.
Bring Your Idea to Life
Open to all majors, the Centene-Neidorff Innovation & Design Studio—fondly known on campus as the Makerspace—allows you to transform your idea into an actual, physical product. It offers:
- Expert faculty and staff support and guidance
- Safety training and creation classes
- State-of-the-art manufacturing tools, from heavy-duty laser cutters to 3D printers
- Advanced design software
A HUB FOR DISCOVERY, DEVELOPMENT, AND DREAMS
The Entrepreneurship Co-working Space is the perfect place to come together, pitch ideas, collaborate with team members and mentors, and develop your venture. It is open to students 24/7.
Entrepreneurship students can take advantage of the unrivaled resources and productive collisions of Trinity’s Center for the Sciences and Innovation.
Designed as a place to work, learn, and grow together, E-Hall is a collaborative living community for entrepreneurs in Trinity’s residential halls.