Texas Tech University

Entrepreneurial Student Organizations

Texas Tech Innovation Mentorship and Entrepreneurship 

Texas Tech Innovation Mentorship and Entrepreneurship (TTIME), is a student lead organization to help students learn more about entrepreneurship and to connect with faculty mentors. TTIME is open to all undergraduate and graduate students in any discipline. For more information >> http://doubletimettu.org/

Media Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

In the College of Media and Communications, the Media Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group seeks to foster and promote an appreciation of and climate for media entrepreneurship and innovation among students at Texas Tech. The group competes in local, regional and national media entrepreneurship competitions, such as Student Startup Madness, and is a pilot participant in the inaugural International Innovator's Cup Challenge. The group meets twice a month, including hosting guest speakers with experience starting a media company or entrepreneurial project(s) within an existing media organization. For more information contact mediaentrepreneurs.comc@ttu.edu.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO) at Rawls College of Business

This premier entrepreneurship network supports entrepreneurship on over 200 chapters in more than 43 states. CEO's mission is to inform, support and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation. With a diverse entrepreneurial community and global network, CEO provides student entrepreneurs with opportunities, events, chapter activities, and conferences to help start businesses. The highlight of the year is the annual National Conference hosted each fall. Learn more here.

Alpha Kappa Psi

Members of Alpha Kappa Psi, a business professional fraternity, learn how to achieve professionalism while making true life-long friends. Their mission is to develop well-trained, ethical, skilled, resourceful, and experienced business leaders. Learn more here.

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