These Johns Hopkins Undergrads Have a Startup for Dealing with Course Registration
Starting a company and going to college aren’t always possible to do at the same time. For one Johns Hopkins startup, however, entrepreneurship helped make the school a little easier. After working at a Google internship, Noah Presler and two friends from other colleges that he met in Silicon Valley launched a company called Semester.ly to make course registration less of a drag. They brought it Johns Hopkins in the fall of 2015 and pushed it out on social media after courses got released.
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