About the Center The Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at Ashland University is proud to introduce its program for academic and experiential entrepreneurial studies. The Morgan Center is located in the Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics building. We are excited about the opportunity to serve the needs of entrepreneurs on campus and in the community at large.
The mission of the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurial Studies focuses on serving the educational needs of the students by actively promoting, encouraging, and developing entrepreneurial activities and experiential learning across the Ashland University campus. Student programs and curriculum are structured to encourage the development of new ideas into viable products, services and processes that add value to a changing society.
The Morgan Center also serves the needs of the entrepreneurial community by providing the educational support entrepreneurs need to create and nourish new businesses. In addition, through its partnership with the Small Business Development Center located in the Braintree Center for Business Innovation in Mansfield, entrepreneurs receive a wide range of business counseling by certified business counselors. The Morgan Center has also partnered with area community economic development organizations to maximize the resources for entrepreneurs both on campus and in the community at large.