(Peoria, IL) -- Bradley University has made the list for having a top 25 undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the country. The annual survey by the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine reviews 2,000 schools based on date that is wide ranging and evaluates each school's level of commitment to entrepreneurship. It’s also based on the percentage of faculty, students and alumni actively involved in entrepreneurial endeavors and the number and reach of mentorship programs. In September of 2012, the university started its Robert and Carolyn Turner School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. This year marks the third year that Bradley University has made the list.