Get Involved

Looking to get involved with the new Jim Moran College at Florida State University?  Local community and business leaders are a great asset to FSU. Our students are actively seeking advice, mentorship, internships and more! Fill out this form to help us better understand how you would like to be involved and we can connect our students to you.

Get Involved Form

If you are specifically looking to become a mentor to our students, please contact Wendy Plant.


Princeton Review

We need your help! At the Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship (JMC), we are proud of all our accomplishments but we are proudest of our alumni and students who are the best example of what we do every day at JMC. Each year Entrepreneur magazine partners with The Princeton Review to rank the top undergraduate schools for entrepreneurs.

If you graduated from any program associated with entrepreneurship or the JMC (Entrepreneurship, Retail Entrepreneurship, Merchandising, Textiles and Apparel), and you started, own, or have owned a business, please take a few minutes to complete the survey below to help us rise in the rankings!

Princeton Review Survey

If you have questions about the survey please contact Sandy Soto. We would love to hear from you.


“I had a spectacular experience in the FSU entrepreneurship program. I only applied to one school when I graduated high school and that was FSU specifically for the opportunity to participate in the entrepreneurship program. I started five businesses in my four years at FSU with support from the Jim Moran Institute. None of those businesses are active today, but it was the experience I learned in the process of running them that helped me graduate from FSU with my choice of jobs. I also attribute my success today to my time in the program. I’m currently traveling the world in an “intrapreneurship” role I designed at a public software company.”

Kelli Lampkin, Social Selling Expert NetSuite / Oracle