Report ranks UH Bauer College entrepreneurship program No. 2 in U.S

Within the past 10 years, UH students who took a major or certificate program through the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship have created 441 businesses with more than $156 million in funding and a 96 percent survival rate.

“Entrepreneurship is something that is so central to the U.S. economy,” Bauer College Dean Latha Ramchand said in the news release. “What we do is to get people to think creatively, and from that they are creating jobs and resources that are furthering opportunity and adding tremendous value to the Houston region and beyond.”

Bauer College’s Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship (WCE) is ranked No. 2 in the United States on a list of Top 25 Best Undergrad Programs for Entrepreneurs in 2018 compiled by The Princeton Review and published in Entrepreneur magazine. It has earned a Top 10 ranking for more than a decade.