Introducing the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship at Dartmouth
Gift from Allison and Rick Magnuson ’79 highlights $42 million in support of entrepreneurship across Dartmouth.
Read the full announcement here.
The Four Pillars of the Magnuson Center
The Magnuson Center offers a wide-range of educational programming, internship support, and off-campus trek experiences that help students and faculty build an entrepreneurial skillset.
The Magnuson Center offers a wide-range of startup support programming including weekly venture office hours and early stage seed grants to help faculty and student startups develop new ventures.
The Magnuson Center engages alumni through DEN City Chapters, events, and partnerships that enable Dartmouth students and faculty to work for alumni-led companies and startups.
The Magnuson Center engages with the broader local, regional and international entrepreneurial communities through thought leadership, open programming, partnerships, and professional memberships.
Meet College Pulse
"The Magnuson Center has been an enormous asset to my personal growth and development as an entrepreneur. I started with the Magnuson Center early on in my time at Dartmouth and was exposed to its full offerings of learnings, access to its alumni network, to the receiving of several seed funding grants, and most importantly, the individualized, one-on-one mentorship of my startup, College Pulse. The guidance, support and overall positive energy I have received from the Magnuson Center and its team has been one of the highlights of my Dartmouth experience.”
-Terren Klein ’18 Founder, College Pulse
We are here to help!
Learn at the Magnuson Center
Learn about entrepreneurship at the Magnuson Center via programming offered for all students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members, such as our startup bootcamp series.
Need workspace to develop your idea or expand your team. Work with us at one of two locations; depending on your needs, the Magnuson Center or the Dartmouth Regional Technology Center.