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Advising and Mentorship

Farley advisers work with students to identify what curriculum they need to take, answer any important questions a student has, and to help identify project topics for independent study.Farley advisers work with students to identify what curriculum they need to take, answer any important questions a student has, and to help identify project topics for independent study.

The Farley Center offers expert advising and mentorship to students.

Academic Advising

Farley offers academic advising support spanning several areas:

Startup Mentorship

The Farley Center is a tremendous resource for student, alumni, and faculty startups. Whether you are in the very early ideation phase, are ready to start fundraising, or have already launched, our faculty and staff’s collective expertise and network can be instrumental in helping you grow your business.

Support from the Farley Center comes at no cost to the founders – we do not take any equity in the businesses we mentor through Farley. Students who have concerns about University equity in or ownership of their businesses/IP should first consult the Innovation & New Ventures Office (INVO) statement on the University’s stance on IP and equity in student businesses and then schedule a meeting with Farley so we can assist you in clarifying your status and/or obtaining a release.

Areas of startup mentorship include:

Appointments

The following Farley Center staff are available for advising/mentoring appointments:

 

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