The i2 Passport is a new program developed out of the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (ECenter) that encourages UNH Durham undergraduate students to engage in various activities surrounding ideas, innovation, and entrepreneurship on campus.
Registration for the spring 2017 semester of i2 Passport has closed. Keep checking the website and your email for updates on i2 Passport events and activities!
Download the the i2 Passport information flyer here!
With the i2 Passport Program, each student who attends one of the pre-determined activities receives a “visa stamp” which equals credit/point value for that participation. A total of $15,000 in cash prizes is available to help the winners pay off their student debt. This pilot program is taking place in the spring semester of 2017, starting with the kick-off event on February 12, 2017 and ending with the final event and announcement of winners on May 8, 2017.
- The winner with the most visa credits receives $8,000.*
- Additionally, there will be TWO second prize drawings of $3,500 for two students from the pool of students who reach a minimum visa credit level* and another prize drawing of $3,500 for one student from a pool of First Generation students who reach a minimum visa credit level.**
- Registration and agreement to the rules, terms, and conditions is required.
This site will be continually updated with more information, so please check back often.
i2 Passport is made possible thanks to the generosity of Harry Patten '58 and the Wildcatalysts Network.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No.1548011
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
*In the event more than one person has the same number of credits there will be a determination of the winner to be defined in the rules, terms, and conditions as part of the official registration. A random drawing will occur for second place based upon a minimum level of visa credits to be defined in the rules, terms, and conditions as part of the official registration.
**First Generation (or First Gen) refers to students who are first in their family to attend a four-year college and self-select in the registration process.