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Saint Louis University
Saint Louis University
St. Louis, MO
Tuition: $28,480

Why we chose it: Professors at this research university have published more than 300 articles on entrepreneurship. Jerome Katz, chair of the department of entrepreneurship, runs eWeb (eweb.slu.edu), an Internet guide for entrepreneurship education. The website connects students with local entrepreneurs, faculty members, and investors. In keeping with SLU's Jesuit tradition, the school's Smurfit-Stone Center for Entrepreneurship assists local businesses and turns out socially-conscious entrepreneurs.

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that professors of Saint Louis University have published more than 300 articles on entrepreneurship available on eWeb (eweb.slu.edu). In fact, only a few of those 300-plus articles appear on eWeb; the rest are available from eWeb in hard copy by request. CNNMoney regrets the error.

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