Student Organizations

Entrepreneurship & Innovation Agency – An initiative of the Graduate Student Assembly that serves as a conduit to startup collaboration, resources, and education.

Genesis Program – Student-led early stage investment fund that provides UT students with mentors, investment experience, and capital.

Longhorn Entrepreneurship Agency (LEA) – Agency of Student Government that strives to connect, educate, and support student entrepreneurs while developing and fostering an innovative startup culture on campus. Offers a Freshman Founders Program, Co-Lab space (coworking space for student startups), and Entrepreneurship Week.

Social Entrepreneurship Learning Lab (SELL) – Organization that offers an eight-week interdisciplinary student-led fellowship program for undergraduate students who want to create meaningful social ventures for their community.

TEDxUTAustin – Student-led platform, founded on campus in 2017, for spreading new ideas and connecting a community within Austin eager to grow their impact on the world.

Texas Convergent – Interdisciplinary entrepreneurial organization that aims to equip students, of differing disciplines, with the necessary skills and resources to drive the future of innovation. Offers an idea-stage incubator and case-based product development curriculum reaching over students across technology, business, and design.

Texas Enactus – UT Austin chapter of Enactus, an international non-profit organization, that focuses on creating social change through environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable initiatives by using the UN global goals as a guide. Members design projects to create sustainable solutions for the city of Austin and beyond and participate at regional, national, and global Enactus competitions.

Texas Momentum –student-run startup accelerator offering students real world experience working at startups with UT student founders. Our goal is to support and inspire active entrepreneurship on campus.

Texas Product Engineering Organization (TPEO) – Organization teaching students of all majors how to build modern technology products through an open-source curriculum over engineering, design, and product management and experience working on software projects that impact the local Austin/UT community.