Seton Hall University hosts two Student Entrepreneurship Clubs. Both are open to all undergraduate and graduate students at the University. Both are Student Government Association-approved organizations.
Seton Hall Chapter of Epsilon Nu Tau (ENT) - The nation's first co-ed, collegiate entrepreneurship fraternity. ENT is committed to creating a global community of entrepreneurial spirited individuals, advancing the ideals of professionalism and entrepreneurship and promoting the art and science of salesmanship. ENT was founded in 2008 at the University of Dayton and has chapters nationwide. Seton Hall is home to the Delta chapter, which is also the Northeast hub for ENT. Students hold annual conferences with other chapters at different universities, host speakers and run various events. For general information,
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Seton Hall Entrepreneurship Club - This Club serves as a resource for students interested in entrepreneurship. The Club meets bi-weekly in the Entrepreneurship Center in room 528 on the fifth floor of Jubilee Hall. The Club hosts guest speakers on a regular basis.
President: Dylan O'Byrne
For more information, contact Center Director Susan Scherreik at email@example.com