Turning researchers, hackers, hustlers, designers ... into successful entrepreneurs.
The Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University is a system of programs and activities that offers a unique path of entrepreneurship education, engagement, collaboration and opportunity — for a truly transformative learning experience.
Thanks to a gift by alumnus and entrepreneur James R. Swartz, the Swartz Center builds upon CMU's history in entrepreneurship excellence.
News & Announcements
Friday, November 17, 2017
Swartz Center EIR Robb Myer Featured in Tepper Magazine
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
CMU Robotics Institute's Bossa Nova Robotics Raises $17.5M
Friday, November 3, 2017
Choitek Founder Creates 3D Printed, Full Size Robot
VentureBridge Spring 2018 Application Information
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2018 McGinnis Venture Competition Registration Announced
Wednesday, November 1: Registration opens.
Tuesday, December 5: Declaration of Intent to Compete due to receive a coach for the competition.Find out more about the McGinnis Venture Competition›
CMU Startups in Action
Be a part of an entrepreneurship network unlike any other.
The Swartz Center is the destination of choice for all kinds of aspiring entrepreneurs — students, faculty and staff — because of its centralized platform of programs and activities. Support, collaboration and inspiration are offered at every step in the process of bringing great CMU ideas to market.