Cultivating student entrepreneurs

26 Dec 2016

Many universities give young adults the guidance and tools they need to explore creative ideas. Fort Hays State University in Kansas taking it a step further, it’s building a state-of-the-art entrepreneurship scholarship residence hall to cultivate innovation.

The Dane G. Hansen Scholarship Hall will be one of only a handful of entrepreneurial focused residence halls in the nation. Set to open in Fall of 2016, it will host 32 students and will be equipped with the latest teaching and learning technologies. It will also feature spaces designed to stimulate teamwork and an incubator for student start-ups.

“We're excited about having a facility that will open doors for students and have a positive impact on this region and Kansas and the larger world," said Dr. Mark Bannister, dean of the College of Business and Entrepreneurship. Find out more about this exciting project: