The AU Entrepreneurship Incubator assists graduate students, undergraduate students and recent alumni in building
successful profit or nonprofit/social entrepreneurial ventures that are sustainable and can scale over time.
The Incubator provides accepted ventures with:
Access to resources
Guidance during early stages of business development
Startup financial grant
From the idea stage to investor pitches, the Incubator supports ventures with the tools to successfully launch. For further information, please contact
Bill Bellows at
Tommy White at
Mainstream makeup for Arab population
Card to transfer unused meal plans to students who need extra.
Helps food donors make excess supply available to food pantries to feed the hungry. Serving 48 states, MEANS has been recognized around the world by South by Southwest, South by South Lawn, Starbucks Upstanders Program, Deloitte, L'Oreal Women of Worth program and Oprah Winfrey
Millenial Nail Bar
Studio for nail art.
Applies leading edge microbiology to create a platform of highly accurate, non-invasive detection of infectious diseases. Founder Megan Nelson, a biotech grad student, participated in the National Science Foundation i-Corps program to apply customer development techniques.
For coastal communities that frequently need to measure erosion, Sand Scan offers the fastest way to collect precise data at a fraction of the cost of other methods.
Helps women find clothes that fit their style and their values through a personalized shopping experience.
Congratulations to our seven teams that have successfully exited the
program. Their ability to raise capital through acceptance into leading
accelerators, revenue generation, investments or grants along with
their vision and dedication to the success of their ventures serve as an
inspiration to all of us.
Apply to the Incubator
Current AU students and recent alumni may apply by submitting either a proof of concept or application.