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The Heart for Ideas, Innovations, and Entrepreneurship at UNH for Students, Faculty/Staff, and Alumni
Learn more about the student-run Makerspace at the ECenter. Laser cutter/engraver, 3D printers, a vinyl cutter, CNC milling machine, industrial sewing machine, electronics tools, and more. Learn More
The Co-curricular Heart of Ideas, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship at UNH
Open to all Students from any College and Major
Bootcamps, Speaker Series, Internships, Hackathons, and more.
1:1 Coaching, Makerspace, Cubex Co-Working Space, Competitions, Funding Grants, and more.
Investor Funding, Prototypes, Pitch Reviews, and more.
Read about recent ECenter student success stories.
Here to Help You Grow Your Ideas
Our goal is to create the next generation of leaders with an entrepreneurial mind-set who can see opportunities and identify creative solutions others have missed, one idea at a time. Although part of UNH, we are independent of any one college.
The ECenter delivers unique, hands-on, experiential programming that inspires, nurtures, and mentors students from any major, at every step in the process, anywhere from idea development to company creation. We operate as a start-up in an academic environment, and most programs are donor funded. Led by a proven serial entrepreneur, we are rapidly demonstrating significant success throughout the UNH student community. Being co-curricular means we're able to complement what all students are learning in every classroom on campus.
Two UNH student start-up teams, ecoText and Cradled Systems, were selected from over 150 applications to attend the second annual e-Fest in Minneapolis, MN. The $250,000 Schulze Entrepreneurship Competition (e-Fest) is the largest undergraduate competition in the US. In 2018, it attracted 149 top teams from 110 schools of business and entrepreneurship across North America.