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Student Engagement

Learn Outside the Classroom

In addition to undergraduate and graduate courses, the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship offers many opportunities to develop your entrepreneurial skills. The Freshman Innovation Immersion is a two-day program that prepares undergrads to solve challenges creatively. Competitions offer the chance to win scholarships and other prizes while building your professional network.

The Schulze School offers entrepreneurial activities across campus, engaging students and professionals of all disciplines. Learning to think like an entrepreneur isn’t just for startups—it’s for everyone.

Get Involved


Enactus students create and execute entrepreneurial projects in the community, with the goal of empowering people in need. They seek to improve quality of life and standards of living by applying business and economic concepts and an entrepreneurial approach. The Enactus vision is to create a better, more sustainable world.

CEO Club

CEO provides a space for entrepreneurial thinking on campus. As an auxiliary to the classroom experience, CEO facilitates a strong and diverse community for entrepreneurs at St. Thomas. This community provides a forum for discussion, a space for applied learning, and a hub for resources.


The [create]space is open to makers of all disciplines. Generate ideas, collaborate on projects, or just wander in and start exploring. Try out creative tools including a 3-D printer, laser cutter and a sewing machine. Attend Make-it-Monday and work on a DIY project by yourself or with help from create[space] staff members.

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Entrepreneurship Means More Than Start-Ups

As trained innovators and problem solvers, intrapreneurs serve as entrepreneurs and innovators within existing organizations.

Entrepreneurship Means More Than Start-Ups