Lead Virginia with excellence in undergraduate entrepreneurship education.
Foster a growing network of entrepreneurs who see risk as an opportunity and ambiguity as an invitation to rewrite the rules and create new business models that solve today's problems.
Engage students, faculty , alumni and the business community through cutting-edge teaching practices, relevant scholarly research, and creative collaboration.
Founded in July 1985 as an interdisciplinary unit of the College of Business of James Madison University, the Center for Entrepreneurship (CFE) creates and promotes academic, scholarly and experiential activities related to entrepreneurship, innovation and venture creation.
An experiential course, open to all majors
A collaborative coffeehouse for aspiring entrepreneurs, innovators, inventors, creators, and technicians. Explore, create, build, and redifine new or innovative products, processes, resources and markets. Come and go as your schedule allows. Friday, April 26, 2-4 p.m. - 242 Zane Showker Hall