The purpose of the present study is to analyze entrepreneurial traits among commerce undergraduate students. In this study, a normative survey method was employed. A simple random sampling technique was used in this study. By giving sufficient weight to factors like gender, type of institution, and locality of the institution, a sample of 200 commerce undergraduate students from two districts of Kerala was selected for the study. An assessment scale titled "Entrepreneurial Traits Assessment Scale" is used to analyze entrepreneurial traits among commerce undergraduate students. The tool consists of 60 items in 12 dimensions, and each dimension consists of five items. The major conclusion of the study was that most of the commerce undergraduate students (65.5%) possess an average level of entrepreneurial traits, and there is no significant difference in the entrepreneurial traits among commerce undergraduate students based on gender, locality, and type of institution.