TCU Lands at #22 of Top 25 University Undergrad Entrepreneurship Programs

While the Horned Frogs may not be making the Top 25 rankings for football so far this year, they have cracked it for their Entrepreneurship program.

The Princeton Review, which conducts a survey of programs across over 2,000 colleges and universities, looks at things like academics, faculty, the percentage of graduates that go on to create companies, how much scholarship and business plan competition money is available and more.

This year, TCU ranks #22 in between University of Iowa at #21 and Saint Louis University at #23. Babson College, in Massachusetts, took home the #1 slot.

Other Texas institutions on the list include University of Houston at #2 and Baylor at #5. For graduate programs, Rice University landed at #5 while UT Austin came in at #7

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