Edison, Disney, Jobs, Winfrey–and you. The science and art of entrepreneurship is using new ideas and innovations to solve problems. At Xavier, you'll learn how to identify current market opportunities, create workable plans for execution and discover the risks and rewards of being an entrepreneur. And never lose sight of your humanity.
Entrepreneurial campuses in the nation.– Princeton Review
Join the Entrepreneurship Club, and meet others with a passion for starting student-run businesses. You can network with top entrepreneurs and actively participate in club operations and hosted events.
Xavier's Launch-a-Business (X-LAB) competition is aimed at identifying the most determined, creative entrepreneurs with the most promising ideas. Winners are matched with a business executive to act as an adviser for a year to assist with the development and launch of your business.
The Cintas Center for Business Ethics focuses on helping you and other Xavier stakeholders recognize and deal with ethical and values-related issues in the workplace.
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At Xavier, a great education comes with a supportive campus and a city full of opportunity. All students have access to a professional, executive mentor through our nationally known Mentor Program.
For someone who didn’t know what he wanted to do when he came to college, Tai Piazza sure made the most of his Xavier experience. Now he travels around the world for the company that turned his internship into a full-time job.
As a finance and accounting major, Josh Ulery has a good head for numbers—and problem-solving. When he and some friends began brainstorming how to make studying outside easier, the idea for the GoDesk was born. It’s a desk you can take wherever you want. Where Ulery wanted to take it next was to market. But first he had to swim with the sharks…
Matthew Tarka knew his first year as a finance major at Xavier would be a challenge. But when an opportunity came up to enter an international stock portfolio challenge, he thought, why not?
Graduates of the Williams College of Business have gone onto work at
Ohio National Financial Services
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