Who We Are
The Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation is an organization open to all students, alumni and faculty at CalState LA. We believe in the power of ideas and we provide a place where great ideas, and the people who conceive them, can thrive
What We Do
The Center acts as a catalyst for entrepreneurial growth by providing resources, training, mentorship, and pathways to capital for students, faculty, and alumni.
StartUpCalStateLA - Ecosystem
Innovation Resources Available to Students
Nongshim Innovation Lab
Cal State L.A. is home to the nation’s first Department of Chicano Studies, established in 1968
The NASA University Research Center
The NASA University Research Center is the only CSU center for the study of aerospace technology and space science enterprises
LA Bio Space Center
LA BioSpace is a Biotechnology Incubator that provides wet and dry lab research space, including meeting rooms and business services, to emerging entrepreneurs to help create biotech innovations”
Wallis Annenberg Integrated Sciences Complex & the Television, Film and Media Center
New Facilities provide students with access to tools, technology and resources needed to bcome the innovative leaders for tomorrow.
Cal State L.A.’s Hydrogen Research and Fueling Facility
Cal State L.A.’s Hydrogen Research and Fueling Facility is the largest self-producing station among universities in the world
Cal State L.A.’s EcoCAR3
Cal State L.A.’s EcoCAR3 is a 4-year competition in which a team of future leaders, engineers, businessmen and communications professionals work together to meet the challenge of transforming a Chevrolet Camaro into an environmentally friendly automobile.
Cal State LA Downtown
Cal State LA Downtown features 12 classrooms, two state-of-the art computer labs, comfortable student lounge areas, collaborative work spaces, conference and event space, and administrative and faculty offices.
Hertzberg-Davis Forensic Science Center
Cal State L.A. is home to one of the West's most renowned criminalistics programs, based in the state-of-the-art facility, where the students have worked in partnership with the Los Angeles Regional Crime Laboratory