U campusThe University of Utah was named the top college in the country for aspiring entrepreneurs, according to LendEdu, an online marketplace for student loans, student loan refinancing, credit cards, and personal loans.

In a survey of the top 50 colleges, the U came out on top based on entrepreneurship courses offered, tuition and fees and entrepreneurship resources available.

This is what the website had to say about the U’s top ranking:

The University of Utah, and its Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, takes the top spot in our report. The university offers around 40 courses specifically-related to entrepreneurship along with below average tuition and fees of $12,222. Students have a chance to compete in the Utah Entrepreneur Challenge, which is a statewide competition focused on student business-models. Cash prizes total over $100,000 to the selected winners. The grand prize is $40,000 while other awards are offered to teams who lead in subcategories. Possibly the most important program offered through the university is the Company Launch program. Here students will have an excess of resources available to them such as office space, a business mentor, legal services and more.

The top five colleges after the U include the University of Iowa, Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and the University of California, Los Angeles.

To read the full list, go to LendEdu.