Business Fraternities

Honor Societies


Epsilon Nu Tau

Epsilon Nu Tau is one of five business fraternities that JMU has to offer.  The Kappa chapter of Epsilon Nu Tau (ENT) was founded in the Spring of 2016.  The fraternity is Co-Ed and rush is open to all majors.  Through holding professional and philanthropic events, ENT encourages its members to pursue entrepreneurial passions while making a positive impact in the Harrisonburg community.

Advisor: Patrick McQuown (

To learn more about Epsilon Nu Tau, visit their BeInvolved Page.

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Industrial Design Society of America

The purpose of this organization is to aid in professional development of JMU students interested in a career in industrial design through leadership opportunities and networking events with professionals and design alumni.

Advisor: Audrey Barnes (

For more information visit their BeInvolved page.

Madison Venture Group

Madison Venture Group is James Madison University’s venture capital club.  The members take part in experiential learning by working on projects with Venture Capital firms and also do internal projects and presentations.

Advisor: Ron Rubin (

For more information visit their website.

Society of Entrepreneurs

The James Madison University Society of Entrepreneurs brings entrepreneurially-minded students together. The organization educates members and the JMU community on topics related to innovation and entrepreneurship, supports members developing new ventures, and reaches out to entrepreneurs in the community to help them and learn from them. SOE also hosts speakers and events for students in the JMU community.

Advisors: Patrick McQuown (

For more information visit their BeInvolved Page.

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University Innovation Fellows

The University Innovation Fellows program empowers students to become leaders of change in higher education. Fellows are creating a global movement to ensure that all students gain the necessary attitudes, skills and knowledge to compete in the economy of the future.

Advisor: Nick Swayne (

For more information visit their website.

Women in Business

Women in Business is focused on connecting JMU female students interested in a career in business.  Our goal is to foster an encouraging environment and strong network for these students, with an emphasis on the development of business leadership and networking skills.

To learn more, visit their BeInvolved page, or email them at

Advisor: Hui Sono (

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