Cornell eHub Space
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Need more privacy for your entrepreneurial venture team?  Looking for space for your entrepreneurial workshop or events?

Important Policy Change Starting 2018-19 School Year: 

Based on student feedback, eHub will be adjusting its policy to ensure students actually working on entrepreneurship are able to utilize the space throughout the school year without overcrowding. All students are welcomed at eHub during the weekdays 9am to 6pm. If you are working on an entrepreneurial venture or project, you will also be provided with night time and weekend access.

Thanks for your help making eHub a better space for our entrepreneurial community. There are many spaces throughout campus for other purposes which makes it that much more important to ensure there is a dedicated space serving its main purpose for eship students. 

Please feel free to reach out with any questions, constructive feedback in how we can better serve entrepreneurial students, or if we can support you as you pursue your idea!

Room Reservations

Note: without reserving rooms, any eHub member may use the open space in both eHub locations including the lounge areas and table spaces outside of the reservable rooms. Unoccupied conference rooms may be used for eship activities. Students who have reserved rooms may politely ask others to relocate

Single Time Reservations: If you need to reserve space for a single-time entrepreneurship activity, email with your full name, phone number, and activity description, and you will be notified if your reservation is approved.

Faculty/Staff: Please email if you would like direct access to RESERVING room.

Students: Once you joined eHub as a registered member, you gain direct access to reserve conference rooms and other reservable spaces if you are working on an entrepreneurship venture or project. Examples of appropriate activities include an ongoing class entrepreneurship project, holding team meetings for your company, mentorship sessions, or regular entrepreneurship brainstorming sessions. Submit the form if you need regular access for your group pursuing entrepreneurship activities. 

Students or faculty/staff who have been granted direct access will be able to directly reserve space using this link.