Rollins College No. 24 in the nation for entrepreneurship
Orlando-based Rollins College is the latest Florida school to find itself ranked nationally by a well-known publication.
Entrepreneur magazine and the Princeton Review ranked the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business No. 24 in the graduate category from over 2,300 schools surveyed.
The school was evaluated based on academics and requirements, students and faculty, and experiences outside the classroom.
The Center for Entrepreneurship at the Crummer Graduate School, one of the first of its kind in the country, teaches students how to start a business and see it through to profitability.
The ranking proves that the school’s alumni are among the nation’s most capable entrepreneurs, Craig McAllaster, dean of the business school, said in a news release.
Donna Winchester, higher education reporter