Wukich CEO Programs & Services
The Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities strives to ‘demystify entrepreneurship’ by helping students understand it as a mindset, and not a one-time event.
Programs, services and resources provided by the Center include:
In addition to assisting current students, faculty and staff, services provided by the Wukich Center are also open to Seton Hill alumni.
Student Business Generation
During 2012, 29 students came to the Wukich Center with new business ideas, 16 developed business plans and five launched businesses. One of these businesses was Pleasant Lane Farms. Read more about this new business on the Success Stories page.
Since 1997 entrepreneurial thinking has been taught, applied and refined during coursework throughout the undergraduate curricula in classes from art to math to theatre. In Connections, a required core curriculum course for all freshmen, students are introduced to entrepreneurship and encouraged to develop a plan to "be an entrepreneur of your career."
In 2009, with the support of Daniel J. Wukich, the University created the Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities to coordinate, support and enhance all entrepreneurial activities on campus.
Daniel J. Wukich
A member of Seton Hill’s board of trustees, Daniel J. Wukich is the founder of Quest Healthcare Development, Inc., which includes two continuing care retirement communities and Quest Realty Partnership. A generous donation from Daniel Wukich allowed Seton Hill to create the Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities.