The coed, professional organization was founded in the spring of 2008. Epsilon Nu Tau
is based on the principles & ideals of entrepreneurship & brotherhood, professionalism,
sales, and ethical business practices.

Professional Startup Guidance

Understand the basic building blocks around concepts like lean startup, user-centered design, business model canvas, etc. and put the theory into practice with guidance and support from experienced entrepreneurs.

Experiential Sales Training

Unique sales contests and fundraising opportunities provide ENT members with real sales experience both on-campus and off.

Ethical Business Practices

Sustainable businesses provide not only profits, but also increased value and positive growth within their communities.

Social Events & Activities

Work Hard, Play Hard. Set real deadlines, reach aggressive goals, & celebrate your accomplishments together.


  • Being an entrepreneur isn't just about business but having the business ethics and a want to contribute to the community. Epsilon Nu Tau has showed me how to incorporate business ethics, community and business into one passion to become a successful entrepreneur.

    Samantha Pina
    Samantha Pina Central Michigan University - Eta Chapter
  • ENT is more than a typical organization and more than just a fraternity, it's brotherhood where you are surrounded by a group of individuals you consider family. What brings us together is our entrepreneurial passions, and these passions allow us to strive for academic, professional, and social success on a personal as well as a community level.
    Tristan Neeb
    Tristan Neeb The University of Michigan - Iota Chapter
  • To me, being an entrepreneur means being a confident leader who is willing to take risks in order to succeed. ENT has provided me with all the necessary materials to achieve this after graduation and has helped me grow as a professional, entrepreneur, and person.

    Alyssa Engel
    Alyssa Engel University of Dayton - Alpha Chapter
  • Epsilon Nu Tau has given me the opportunity to thrive in my leadership skills by promoting the art and science of salesmanship. I now know that confidence is the key in succeeding as a leader within and outside of the fraternity.

    Spenser Suski
    Spenser Suski Purdue University - Theta Chapter