Welcome to the Enactus US National Competition

Prepare to experience Passion on Purpose. We are excited for you to join us for the Enactus United States National Exposition 2022 which will include competition, project and team feedback, recognition of accomplishments and impact, partner/student engagement, and at the end, one team will advance to the prestigious Enactus World Cup 2022!

  • Here to judge in the World Cup Qualifier Competition? Once your judging round has started, please login above. You'll then see Judging as an option in the main menu. Please note, all events are Central Daylight Time - CDT.
  • Opening Round of Competition evaluation window will open from 8:00 am on March 14 until 8:00 pm on March 14.
  • Semi-Final Round (Top 12) of Competition evaluation window will take place in person at LIU-Post Campus from 8:00 am on April 21 until 5:00 pm on April 21.
  • Final Round of Competition evaluation window will take place in person at LIU-Post Campus from 1:00 pm on April 22 until 4:00 pm on April 22.
  • Here to watch all of the team presentations in the World Cup Qualifier Competition? Select Presentations from the main menu above.
  • If you're looking for the Early Stage Competition, select the link below.

    Early Stage Competition
  • Here to watch the US Expo Live? Click here.
  • See the full Expo agenda here.


Appalachian State University

Briar Cliff University

Brigham Young University - Hawaii

Cabrini University

Centenary University

Coker University

About Enactus United States

Enactus is the largest experiential learning platform dedicated to creating a better world while developing the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders and social innovators. A network of global business, academic and student leaders unified by a vision to create a better, more sustainable world, the organization also provides a platform for NextGen Leaders to develop leadership skills while working with leading companies worldwide.

In 2019, Enactus projects in 35 countries impacted 2.9 million lives, helped launch 3,000 small businesses, and eliminated 5.9 million tons of CO2, plus 819,699 women gained new skills to advance economic equality.

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