- Events and Networking
Columbia University offers a broad variety of student clubs including those focusing on startups, venture capital, entrepreneurship through acquisition, and other aspects of entrepreneurship.
Student Clubs →
CEID connects innovation hubs throughout Columbia’s schools, and consolidates opportunities for collaboration and curriculum in the university’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Columbia Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Design →
The Columbia Entrepreneurship Design Studio teaches students, alumni and faculty customer-centric methodologies for developing innovative, and practical solutions to ill-defined problems.
Design Studio →
The Columbia Engineering Entrepreneurship Program plans and executes events, competitions, grants, and programs across the School of Engineering.
Columbia Engineering Entrepreneurship →
The Makerspace at Columbia is a Columbia University-run workshop providing a wide variety of tools and a space in which Columbia entrepreneurs can work, share ideas, and collaborate.
Columbia Makerspace →
Columbia Technology Ventures is the technology transfer office for Columbia University and a central location for many of the technology innovations across the university.
Columbia Technology Ventures →
The Columbia Lab-to-Market (L2M) Accelerator Network serves as a framework to successfully develop, launch, and execute initiatives to help commercialize academic research.
Lab-to-Market Accelerator Network →
CVC fosters entrepreneurship among Columbia alumni, students and staff by facilitating communication, providing access to resources, and creating a vibrant and supportive community.
Columbia Venture Community →