We prefer thinking about entrepreneurship centers as being mandated and administrated by the university or college itself. Generally, they are run by one or more administrators or employees of the university. Thus, they are different than Entrepreneurship Clubs or Societies, that are generally run by students themselves.
“Student entrepreneurship centers are programs offered by institutions of higher education (e.g., universities, colleges) and provide entrepreneurship learning opportunities and mentoring to foster entrepreneurship development among students. Some centers offer space while others do not. Participation is open to students enrolled in the institution and some centers have competitive application processes to participate in their programs or space”. – International Business Innovation Association (InBIA).
Below you will find a list of Entrepreneurship Centers that we have begun collecting information on as well. Check to see if your own university has one as well. Another source to search for entrepreneurship centers is the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers