The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the Department of Applied Economics and Management are home to Cornell's undergradute business program. Students in this program can specialize in business and applied economics areas, including entrepreneurship.
The Cornell Center for Technology Enterprise and Commercialization (CCTEC) is responsible for the management of Cornell University's technology. CCTEC supports Cornell's land-grant mission by leveraging Cornell's innovation to promote regional economic development to benefit the public.
CEN is the university's multi-city business networking program. With ~100 events per year, CEN offers alumni the opportunity to learn from world-class speakers and meet fellow Cornellians with similar business motivations.
Cornell's eClips Collection provides educators, students and entrepreneurs with real-world views from experts on topics related to business, entrepreneurship and leadership.
The School of Hotel Administration's Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship supports and enables innovation and new business formation in the hospitality industry. The institute provides students with guidance on entrepreneurship study, introduces students to hospitality entrepreneurs, and encourages students to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors.
The Student Agencies eLab is a business accelerator for Cornell undergraduate entrepreneurs. eLab entrepreneurs receive a range of support services including office space, a network of professional services such as accountants and lawyers, access to early stage financing and to a group of mentors including some of Cornell's most successful alumni, and much more.
The Johnson School: Our triad of student-run Counsel + Capital + Consulting services makes the Johnson School entrepreneurship program one of the most complete and innovative programs available to MBA students.