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Our application process.

Our director of recruiting works with our selection committee to review applications in order of submission.

First, you need to complete the following steps and submit all requested information. Two or three members of the selection committee will interview you before making a decision about admission.

  1. Create a Neeley VIP account. When you receive the confirmation email, click the “Neeley VIP Page” link and log in. 
  2. On the top left, under “Your Application Status,” click the link below “Apply Now.” You’ll be prompted to log in again.
  3. The system will guide you through filling out your:
    a. Biographical information
    b. Educational interest
    c. Professional information
    d. Academic background
    e. Responses of 250 words or less to four essay questions
  1. You’ll need to upload:
    a. Resume
    b. Sponsoring Organization Support Statement, your signature, and the signature of the appropriate authority from your employer (e.g., your manager)
    c. Transcript(s) from every university or college from which you’ve received a college degree
  2. Complete the recommender form and request three recommendations to be completed online or faxed to (817) 257-7719.
  3. Return to your Neeley VIP page and click on the link below "Application Fee" to pay the $100 application fee.

We’ll contact you within three business days after we receive your completed application packet to schedule an interview date. You can expect to receive an admission decision within two weeks after your interview.

Application deadlines to note.

  • February 1 — Applications must be received to be considered for the Non-profit Leaders Scholarship or the Post-9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program.
  • July 21 — Last day for applications to be submitted.

“This has been an incredible journey, personally and professionally. Transformation is certainly part of this program. I have grown in all areas of my life – as a leader, accountant, mother, daughter, sister and friend. But the people make this program. The faculty and staff were exceptional. I now have 26 life-long friends (classmates) that I can call on anytime.”
— Jamie Timmins, Class of 2014, Vice President of Financial Services, First Command Financials Services, Inc.

TCU is committed to providing a positive learning and working environment free from discrimination and harassment. In support of this commitment, TCU prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ethnic origin, disability, genetic information, covered veteran status, and any other basis protected by law. Inquiries about TCU’s policies and compliance with Title IX, The Age Discrimination Act of 1975, or the aspects of TCU’s equal opportunity or affirmative action programs should be directed to:

Dr. Darron Turner
Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs
TCU Box 297090
Jarvis Hall 228
Fort Worth, TX 76129
817/257-5557
d.turner@tcu.edu