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Advising Handbook

e5 Program (formerly known as KEY)

The University of Rochester defines entrepreneurship as "transforming an idea into an enterprise that generates value," implying that the enterprise outlives the creator and positively affects others.

Qualified students can propose to devote as much as an entire academic year to internships, special projects, relevant coursework, business plan development, research into various facets of entrepreneurship, or analysis of how culture and public policy influence entrepreneurial activity.

For more information about the e5 Program, including how to apply, see the e5 page on the Ain Center for Entrepreneurship website.