Neeley Fellows Fit with the John V. Roach Honors College
All Neeley Fellows are members of the John V. Roach Honors College, a community of academic excellence where highly motivated students explore the complexities of knowledge through innovative courses and high-impact learning experiences such as study abroad, interdisciplinary inquiry, and undergraduate research.
Neeley Fellows who complete all Lower- and Upper-Division Honors College requirements graduate with the added distinction of Honors Laureate as well as a Bachelor Business Administration degree from the Neeley School of Business.
Lower-Division Honors Requirements
Sophomore year courses in Fundamentals of Accounting, Legal & Social Environment of Business, Financial Management and Marketing Management count toward the nine hours of Honors Electives needed to satisfy Lower-Division Honors. International Business in Chile study abroad satisfies one of two required Honors Cultural Visions.
To satisfy the remaining Lower-Division Honors requirements for the Honors College, students must satisfy an additional Cultural Visions requirement by completing one of the following:
- Semester of study abroad
- Additional summer study abroad class
- Any course listed in TCU Class Search with the Honors: Cultural Visions Classes attribute
Students who complete Lower-Division Honors earn the distinction of Kathryne McDorman Honors Scholar and are invited to attend a celebratory dinner during the fall semester following completion of Lower-Division.
Upper-Division Honors Requirements
To complete Upper-Division Honors, students must choose either the Departmental Honors track or the University Honors track. Students should discuss these options with their Honors College advisor and with Dean Lynn Muller as part of their academic advising in Neeley Fellows. Senior Honors Research and Thesis Foundations courses count toward Departmental Honors. For University Honors, students are required to take 3 Honors Colloquia.
Other TCU Honors Requirements