Think you're the next Ted Turner or Walmart family? Maybe you should attend a college that explicitly supports entrepreneurship.
Princeton Review recently named the most entrepreneurial colleges for undergraduates. University of Houston topped the list with Massachusetts' Babson College taking the second spot.
Princeton Review has more:
Schools were asked what percentage of their total student body was formally enrolled in their entrepreneurship program for the 2009–2010 academic year, what percentage of their total student body was enrolled in an entrepreneurship-related course for th 2009–2010 academic year, what percentage of formally enrolled entrepreneurship students in the most recent graduating class had launched a business since graduating, what percentage of those students are still in business, and what percentage of the entrepreneurship faculty had started, bought, or run a successful business.
Check out our slide show of the 12 most entrepreneurial colleges, then tell us, is your school entrepreneurial? Weigh in below!