For more information on topics that may help you get started on your journey as an entrepreneur
Resources at UCSB
TIA’s guide to launching a new company with UC technology
TIA’s program established to help the growth of UCSB startup companies
UCSB I+E is a hub for the programming of all departments on campus that support our innovators and entrepreneurs. The resources below will also appear on the UCSB I+E site.
Laboratory bench, fume hood, and office space available for lease. Qualified companies are eligible to access CNSI and other participating shared use facilities at reduced rates.
A maker-space and rapid-prototyping facility. Tools include 3D printers, a laser cutter, and a CNC router – all with easy to learn user interfaces – as well as hand tools for mechanical, electronics, and plumbing assembly. The Innovation Workshop is open to on campus researchers, students, and companies.
Provides entrepreneur education through classes, direct mentorship opportunities, and seminars at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Hosts the New Venture Competition. TMP also operates The Garage, a co-working space housed on the UCSB campus, and the G2 Summer Accelerator Program.
Provides entrepreneurship education with a focus on environmental products and services
UCSB has a variety of research facilities available for use by external companies for a daily or hourly rate
Federal Funding Programs
Useful Resource Links