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preSeed

Apply to Join our rolling preSeed program.

Are you interested in entrepreneurship, but don’t know where to start? Are you considering a new idea, product, service, or invention and need some early-stage guidance? Or, are you just a fan of entrepreneurial thinking and want to be around like minded Devils? If so, apply to the rolling preSeed cohort and we’ll dive in together. 

What is preSeed?

preSeed is a rolling entrepreneurial immersion program that will feature exclusive engagement, research, leadership, and employment opportunities for selected participants. 

Who should apply to preSeed?

preSeed is for anyone who wants to get more involved in entrepreneurship at ASU, but without the formality of taking a class or going all-in with a new venture. 

When does preSeed happen?

Applications will be accepted and considered on a rolling basis. After acceptance, the program cycle will generally run concurrently with ASU’s five or seven-week academic terms. The minimum expected commitment is attending a weekly one-hour preSeed Cohort Connect meeting, but many more engagement opportunities will be made available to selected participants.

Where does the preSeed program convene?

The preSeed program will be convened virtually. Unless otherwise noted, preSeed program will convene on Canvas, Zoom, and other online collaboration platforms. 

How much does the preSeed program cost if I’m accepted?

It’s FREE. However, academic credit may be available to eligible student participants, in which case standard ASU tuition and fees may apply.

Why should I apply?

Indulge your entrepreneurial curiosity and discover where it may lead you. 

How do I apply to preSeed?

Fill out the two-minute application form via the button below. Applications will be accepted and considered on a rolling basis. All applicants will be notified about their selection status and next steps prior to the next program cycle start date, which will generally run concurrently with ASU’s five or seven-week academic terms.