Bozzuto Center for Entrepreneurship
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Bozzuto Center for Entrepreneurship

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Welcome to The Bozzuto Center for Entrepreneurship

The Bozzuto Center for Entrepreneurship is an inclusive and creative community space at Hobart and William Smith Colleges that supports students working towards the advancement of startup and social ventures.

We strive to act as the entrepreneurial hub for all things entrepreneurial at The Colleges. In doing so, we make every effort to cooperate, collaborate and learn from others in both our community and the world.

Explore The Bozzuto Center


  • Floor 1: Student Collaboration Space
    • Floor 1 is an open space with configurable tables, a conference room, projection capabilities, a living room area, and a kitchen. It is designed for student grop projects, individual study, guest speakers, or any group events.
  • Professor of Economics Tom Drennen (left) and Margiloff Family Entrepreneurial Fellow Ed Bizari (right) work with students in the Bozzuto Center for Entrepreneurship.

    Professor of Economics Tom
    Drennen (left) and Margiloff
    Family Entrepreneurial Fellow Ed
    Bizari (right) work with students
    in the Bozzuto Center for
    Entrepreneurship.

  • Floor 2: Classroom and Project Space
    • Floor 2 holds a 40-seat classroom setting and accommodated all Entrepreneurial Studies Capstone project work, Sustainable Community Development projects, and any Entrepreneurial workshops or programs.
  • Floor 3: Incubator Tenant and Dedicated Workspace (opening Fall 2021)
    • For student startups looking for economical office space and robust mentoring services, Floor 3 offers incubator services for approximately 3-4 ventures. It will also house a dedicated workspace for Masters-level programs on campus.

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CONTACT

The Bozzuto Center for Entrepreneurship
22 Castle St.
Geneva, NY 14456

Phone: (315) 781-4550
bozzutocenter@hws.edu



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