Neeley Fellows Experience: "Translating Knowledge into Action"
Our Mission:To educate and develop individuals of extraordinary potential with curricular and co-curricular experiential learning opportunities to effect change in the global community
As part of Neeley Fellows, students stretch beyond their already competitive undergraduate business coursework to gain a deeper understanding of the world of business beyond the classroom. Neeley Fellows engage in activities designed to integrate practical skills with theoretical learning for an enriched educational experience.
Who Are We?
“Neeley Fellows is a business honors program that focuses on personal and professional growth. The courses are taught on an accelerated level and there are a lot of different opportunities for development.”
Jack Joliffe, Class of 2016
“Neeley Fellows is a group of high achieving, like minded individuals.”
Patrick Browning, Class of 2016
Each year, Neeley Fellows selects approximately 32 exceptional first-year students to join this premier program. This honor is reserved for students who:
The curriculum allows Neeley Fellows to fulfill most of the TCU Honors College requirements to graduate with either University or Departmental Honors in Business and a diploma from the John V. Roach Honors College.
Neeley Fellows complete rigorous and experientially enhanced classes taught by exceptional Neeley School professors in a small class format, as well as engage in a range of activities designed to integrate practical skills and theoretical learning for an enriched educational experience.
Statement of Values
The Neeley Fellows program Statement of Values is meant to guide the actions of the program members. Students will demonstrate these values in their decision making, personal behaviors and interactions.
As Neeley Fellows, we commit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence and achievement in all endeavors with the highest degree of professionalism and integrity.
We believe our responsibility within Neeley Fellows is to:
We believe our responsibility within Texas Christian University is to: prioritize academics while maintaining campus involvement and leadership.
We believe that our responsibility to the Professional Communities in which we work is to become ethical leaders with a global perspctive and a commitment to enact positive change.
We believe our responsibility within the Greater Community in which we live is to devote our time and talents to serving the community
The Neeley Fellows program values unique development not only inside the classroom but also understanding business outside of the classroom. Neeley Fellows are given a rich opportunity to experience business in a variety of landscapes.
As sophomores, the Neeley Fellows travel to one of the most savvy business cultures in the world, New York City. Highlights include a visit to Wall Street, corporate site visits, Madison Avenue, alumni engagement and time to explore the city.
Students from across all three cohorts have the opportunity to travel to the West Coast [trip alternates between San Francisco or Seattle each year] during Fall Break.
Following the junior year, Neeley Fellows have the opportunity to travel to South America [Santiago, Chile] as part of the Global Business Perspectives Course.
Meg Lehman, Program Directorm.firstname.lastname@example.org(817) 257-4979
Dr. Bill Moncrief, Academic Directorb.email@example.com(817) 257-6185
Lynn Muller, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Program and Academic Advisorl.firstname.lastname@example.org(817) 257-7522
Megan McKinney, Administrative Program Specialistm.email@example.com(817) 257-6920
Neeley FellowsNeeley School of Business TCU Box 298530Fort Worth, TX 76129