On June 15, SSU opened a start-up pump venture studio. At the opening ceremony, the SSU president said our school built this venue for students who are hoping to become the next Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg. The start-up pump venture studio includes a mentoring room, a project room, a co-working space, and a terrace. First, the start-up-supported cooperation teachers reside in the mentoring room so that anyone from the SSU community encountering hardships in start-ups can get help easily. Second, the project room is a practical space for completing different tasks. Third, there are 20 movable desks installed for convenient idea-sharing in the co-working space. Also, a monthly entrepreneurship lecture will be held there.