Welcome to the Neeley Entrepreneurship Center website. Whether you are an existing or prospective student, a TCU alumnus, a friend of TCU or an interested observer, we hope to answer any questions you may have about our center and program.
As you navigate around our site, you'll see that the Neeley Entrepreneurship Center has a vast array of opportunities for both our students and the business community. Our entrepreneurship program has received numerous accolades and is regarded as one of the very best in the country. Make sure you check out the awards and honors we have received.
The undergraduate entrepreneurship program at TCU/Neeley is a magnet for high school entrepreneurs from around the country. In fact, our entrepreneurship students are consistently recognized for their business accomplishments and ideas.
I hope you visit the student-run Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization website, which was donated, developed and is maintained by one of our student entrepreneurs, Jeff Livney of Livney Partners. It was named the best website in the country by the national Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization. Jeff is one of many successful student entrepreneurs we have here at TCU.
We are proud of the recognition that the Neeley Entrepreneurship Center has received, but what we are most proud of is the support we give to TCU students and entrepreneurs in the region. We have one of the most diverse and extensive student programs in the country, and that's a good thing, since our student participation in entrepreneurship is skyrocketing. Our CEO club is the largest in the country with over 300 members. There are also approximately 400 students from the undergraduate and graduate programs in the Neeley School of Business whose focus is entrepreneurship. Our outreach programs are extensive and are of great assistance to existing and prospective entrepreneurs in the Metroplex and beyond.
Enjoy your visit to our website and please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have about the entrepreneurship center at TCU.
Director, Neeley Entrepreneurship Center