The Keller Center aims to provide more entrepreneurship education and support to help University students, faculty, and alumni advance their creative ideas and make important contributions to society. 

Members of the Princeton University community are encouraged to take advantage of the variety of resources and programming in the Entrepreneurial Hub to help them achieve their entrepreneurial goals. Some of the resources available (both on-campus and off) can be found at the links below.

New information is added to this page periodically.

Resources at Princeton

Office Hours 

Entrepreneurs-in-Residence, faculty, and industry professionals are available for select office hours in the Entrepreneurial Hub conference room. All eLab Incubator teams, Hub startups, and other Princeton students and faculty seeking advice on entrepreneurship, finance, and legal matters are eligible to schedule an appointment. Browse Office Hours

Library Resources

For a new business venture to be successful, you need more than just a great idea. You also need information. You need information about the habits of potential customers, what your competitors are doing, funding opportunities, and more. This guide, put together by the Princeton University Library, provides links and contact details to help you find the information you need to get started.

Mentors and Advisors

The Keller Center has an extensive network of alumni and professionals who are eager to engage with entrepreneurs on campus. Students and faculty wishing to connect with this vast network can contact Stephanie Landers to request an introduction.


The Keller Center offers workshops and mini-courses throughout the academic year that do not provide a credit or grade. These workshops are intended for Princeton students and researchers who would benefit from getting additional knowledge and skills in specific areas related to entrepreneurship, innovation, and design, and other related areas. Workshops are open only to students, faculty, and postdocs. Talks and seminars are open to the broader Princeton entrepreneurial community where noted. Workshops are listed in the Events tab.


The Keller Center offers students, faculty, staff, and community members many opportunities to engage with one another; from dynamic large venue lectures, to round-table discussions; from campus specific workshops to open community exchanges. Our mission of education, innovation, design, and entrepreneurship not only reaches outside the classroom; it reaches outside the University gates. Talks and seminars are open to the broader Princeton entrepreneurial community where noted. Events Calendar

External Resources

Institutional Capital Raising Toolkit

Founded by Dianna Raedle '84 in 2007, Deer Isle Group, which has raised over $5 billion in private placement capital, has developed an innovative approach to investment banking including technology that offers curated (to a relevant set of potential investors) access to a universe of over 10,000 institutional investors (the “Beacon System”) as well as a flexible continuum of investment banking support (“Closing Advisory”).

In order to help capital seekers prepare for venture, middle market and fund capital raises, Deer Isle has published an Institutional Capital Raising Toolkit on its website. The check list includes Executive Summary and Presentation Templates, Due Diligence Check Lists and other materials which empower capital seekers on the process and give them materials that are needed to order to complete a successful capital raise from institutional investors (including accelerators, venture capital & private equity funds, family offices, and wealth advisors).

The Entrepreneurship Law Clinic @ Rutgers Law School

Launched in August 2016, the Entrepreneurship Law Clinic is a resource for complimentary legal services for startups that don't have sufficient financial capital or otherwise can't afford startup legal services but need help to launch and grow their ventures. 

To find out more about the Rutgers Law Clinic and to inquire about assistance, students should fill out this form. Please be sure to list "Stephanie Landers/Mukesh" in the last question/comment field so that the clinic can keep track of their referrals.

Green Pro Bono

Green Pro Bono is the first non-profit pro bono legal initiative in the United States dedicated to helping climate change-driven non-profit organizations and social entrepreneurs. Green Pro Bono's mission is to help these environmental "change makers" identify their legal needs and connect them with free legal assistance necessary for their success. Green Pro Bono aims to expedite the missions of these entities by providing vital legal assistance as they work to implement renewable, affordable and clean energy; to find avenues to be more energy efficient; to protect rainforests and sustainable uses of land; and to offer other innovative ideas and projects to combat climate change.

MBA Student's Guide to Entrepreneurship

Online MBA strives to provide students with comprehensive resources and up-to-date information on how to choose the best online MBA program to fit their needs. Our college planning resources have been featured by the U.S. Small Business Administration, Cornell University, and others with a vested interest in promoting quality business education.

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

The United States Patent and Trademark Office has a section of their website aimed to suit the specific needs of startup businesses, a segment of stakeholders that continue to be recognized as an outsized engine of job creation, economic growth, and unparalleled innovation in the United States.

The National Council of Nonprofits 

The National Council of Nonprofits produces and curates tools, resources, and samples for nonprofit business ventures.