Epsilon Nu Tau is the Nation's first entrepreneurship fraternity. A coed, professional organization which helps students launch and maintain sustainable businesses. Open to men and women, of all majors and academic disciplines.
In early 2008, a group of like-minded individuals at the University of Dayton saw the opportunity to design a unique coed fraternal organization built upon the ideals of entrepreneurship. These early Founders realized the great potential in building such a network as entrepreneurship is one of the fastest growing majors on college campuses and a strong trend among young professionals.
Later that year on April 18, 2008, Epsilon Nu Tau, the Nation’s First Entrepreneurship Fraternity was established. ENT is based upon a professional and entrepreneurial mindset, with fellowship and community as its backbone. Today, ENT has over 1,500 current brothers and alums, having established 14 chapters at universities in 8 different states across the U.S., as well as internationally.