SEA Logo, Sport Entrepreneurship Academy June 14-26, 2020


A two week on-campus introduction to sport entrepreneurship

Participants receive Trinity University college credit!

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The Sport Entrepreneurship Academy activates the entrepreneurial potential of rising high school juniors and seniors in the exciting arena of sport entrepreneurship. The two-week summer program combines an immersive introduction to Trinity University with an entrepreneurial education that addresses a real-world problem in sport industry locally and nationally.

Students will develop and pitch their own entrepreneurial concept in the sports industry under the guidance of award-winning Trinity faculty and using Trinity’s rich array of academic resources. They will also meet with sport professionals and visit sport organizations in San Antonio, discovering a real-world laboratory right outside campus. Students receive college credit for Trinity's award-winning ENTR 2111: Introduction to Entrepreneurship I course. 


information about the sports academy
About the Academy
Students will experience a curriculum that intersects sport management and entrepreneurship while getting a glimpse into life as a Trinity Tiger.

affordability of the academy
Costs & Payment Plans
With fewer than 20 students accepted each year, the Academy is a prestigious investment in your future.

Program highlights
Program Highlights 
Students will develop an original product from idea to pitch while getting a behind-the-scenes look at the real-world sports industry in San Antonio.



Learn from the No. 1-rated faculty in Texas

Jacob Tingle
Jacob K. Tingle
Experiential Learning & Sport Management

Luis Martinez
Luis E. Martinez


Discuss current sport issues with our professional partners 

Trinity Entrepreneurship

Trinity Athletics

Valero Alamodome


Stat Geek

Other Partners:  Spurs Sports and Entertainment  |  Wisewear

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Brittney Bowman '17
Major: Business Administration | Minor: Entrepreneurship

"One of the biggest misconceptions about entrepreneurship is that it is only for business majors. In reality, it can fit in with any major...The things that we do in entrepreneurship and the skills and knowledge that we teach can be paired with any type of educational background or interest."

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