Neeley Fellows and the John V. Roach Honors College
All Neeley Fellows will apply to 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 distinction of Honors Laureate along with their Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Neeley School of Business.
Lower-Division Honors Requirements
Sophomore courses in Fundamentals of Accounting, Legal & Social Environment of Business, Financial Management and Marketing Management count toward the three Honors Electives needed to satisfy Lower-Division Honors. Responsible Global Business Perspectives with study abroad currently 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 TCU study abroad
- TCU approved summer study abroad for which students earn at least 3 credit hours
- 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 their Lower-Division requirements.
Upper-Division Honors Requirements
To earn Upper-Division Honors, students must complete either Departmental Honors (a research project conducted over two semesters under the supervision of a faculty mentor) or University Honors (three Honors colloquia, small discussion-intensive seminars that explore topics relevant and accessible to students from diverse disciplinary backgrounds).
Other TCU Honors Requirements