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Student Organizations

Epsilon Nu Tau (ENT)

Faculty Advisor: Dr. David Cameron

History:

Epsilon Nu Tau got its start much like any other new venture. A group of like-minded individuals at the University of Dayton (UD) saw an opportunity and dove in head first. 


These students realized the need to create a positive organization that would benefit entrepreneurial student leaders for years to come. In May of 2008, Epsilon Nu Tau Fraternity was formed. Based on values learned at UD, Epsilon Nu Tau is built upon a professional and entrepreneurial mindset, along with fellowship and community as its backbone. Expansion efforts begun short thereafter. 

Today ENT continues to grow as a nationwide network of entrepreneurial young creatives. 

Purpose:

  • To Create a society and community of entrepreneurially spirited individuals. 
  • To advance the ideals of professionalism and entrepreneurship.
  • To promote the art and science of salesmanship.
  • To encourage ethical business practices within the community and contribute to the welfare of society. 

 

Collegiate Entrepreneur Organization (CEO)

Faculty Advisor: Dr. David Cameron

About CEO:

Entrepreneurship as a field of study at colleges and universities across the U.S. and around the world has become a leading subject at the undergraduate and graduate level. With this increased attention, it is more important than ever to give students the opportunities to network not only with their student peers, but with fellow entrepreneurs in the business world to promote entrepreneurship at all levels and in all environments. And, this is where CEO comes in. 

See promotional videos for upcoming speakers hosted by CEO