Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
The Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is the oldest entrepreneurship program in the United States and the largest entrepreneurship hub on USC’s campus. From ideation to launch, growth, and scaling, the Greif Center supports founders through dynamic programs, competitions, funding, coaching, and a thriving investor network that includes industry partners, executives, and thought partners in Los Angeles and around the globe. Alumni have launched hundreds of successful companies including Salesforce, Box, FedEx Office (formerly Kinko’s), Bird, Hype & Vice, and more.
In addition to the many programs it runs outside of the classroom, the Greif Center builds powerful, resonant experiences through its WORLD-CLASS COURSES AND DEGREES, bringing the real world into the classroom in innovative and life-changing ways. Through teaching and role-modeling ethical innovation, the Greif Center prepares our students with the knowledge, skills, and entrepreneurial mindset to support their effectiveness as forward-thinking innovators and leaders in an ever-changing global economy.
Located at Marshall, the Greif Center is a place that welcomes anyone with an entrepreneurial interest – from the student who has already founded a venture to the student interested in learning more. No prior entrepreneurship experience is required.