Experiences outside the classroom play an important role in your development. There are a myriad of business student organizations at Neeley, where you'll develop leadership skills, gain insight from guest speakers and create friendships that will grow into business contacts.
- American Marketing Association
The TCU Collegiate Chapter of the American Marketing Association is open to all students. The club helps bridge the gap between marketing theory and practice. We hold monthly meetings, bringing in top companies and recruiters as speakers. TCU’s American Marketing Association strives to educate individuals on marketing themselves for future business endeavors.
Contact: Melinda Peters, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Association for Information Systems
The mission of AIS TCU is to promote the study and utilization of information systems to its members through programs of professional development, social networking, and community development. AIS TCU regularly invites local Fort Worth leaders to speak about the bleeding edge of technology, provides skill building workshops for its members, and offers a number of networking events throughout the year to expose our students to potential employers.
Contact: Matt Gomez, email: email@example.com
- Beta Alpha Psi
The purpose of this national student accounting honor society is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as basic to the accounting profession; to promote highest ethical standards in the study of accountancy; to develop high moral, scholastic and professional attainments in its members; and to encourage cordial relationships among its members and the accounting profession generally. Students are invited on the basis of scholarship. Networking events are held throughout the year to introduce students to employers. Monthly meetings provide information on the accounting profession.
Contact: Julie Firebaugh, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Beta Gamma Sigma
This national honor society for business students encourages and rewards scholarship and accomplishment among students, promotes education in business, and fosters integrity in the conduct of business operations. Only the top 7% of juniors and the top 10% of seniors are invited to join.
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- BNSF Next Generation Leadership Program
The BNSF Next Generation Leadership Program develops exceptional undergraduate business students to be the next generation of business leaders. This program focuses on leadership development specifically within the business school major. Contact: Hunter Sprague, email: email@example.com
- Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)
CEO empowers students through leadership training, professional development, and commitment to entrepreneurship. This popular club hosts campus chapter meetings, interesting guest speakers, social gatherings, competitions and a national conference.
Contact: Luke Otteson, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit www.tcuceo.org
- Delta Sigma Pi
TCU's chapter of this international fraternity aims to establish closer ties between the business world and the student. Objectives are to promote a higher standard of business ethic, and to further the civic and commercial welfare of the community. The chapter takes field trips to industries and sponsors speakers and panels.
Contact: Chole Johnson, email: email@example.com
- Financial Management Association
For students with an interest in finance and related fields, the Financial Management Association provides a means of obtaining career information and access to business executives and faculty.
Contact: Andrew Matthews, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Neeley Fellows (Apply spring freshmen year)
The Neeley Fellows is an undergraduate program of the Neeley School of Business at TCU whose purpose is to educate and develop students of extraordinary potential with both curricular and co-curricular experiential learning opportunities so these individuals can affect change in the global business community. As a Neeley Fellow, all students are automatically members of the Neeley Fellows Student Organization (NFSO). NFSO allows the student to take an active role in shaping the Fellows programming. It is the governing body within the Neeley Fellows Program.
Contact: Katie Russell, email: email@example.com
- Neeley Women's Business Network
The Neeley Women’s Business Network is a student-led organization that will provide Neeley students the vital skills necessary to succeed in today’s rapidly changing business environment, and develop the potential of young women through networking, mentorship, and community service.
Contact: Channing Martin, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Dede Williams, email: email@example.com
- Organization for Supply Chain Studies
OSCS goal is to provide students, with an interest in Supply Chain, a forum to discuss issues that affect business, promote interaction and networking opportunities with Supply Chain executives, and provide the opportunity to meet and socialize with fellow students pursuing a similar career path. Faculty advisor is Dr. Laura Meade, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Kendra Blose, Undergraduate President, email: email@example.com
- Society for Human Resource Management
The TCU Student Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management is open to students of all majors including majors outside the business school. SHRM provides students an opportunity to learn more about the practice of management, and in particular, human resource management. The chapter hosts guest speakers, takes field trips, and attends regional and state professional meetings. The chapter also hosts workshops and panels on a variety of current management topics for the benefit of the entire student body.
Contact name: Taylor Gillette, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Students in Free Enterprise
SIFE is a global, non-profit organization that allows students the opportunity to develop leadership, teamwork and communication skills through learning, practicing and teaching the principles of free enterprise, thereby improving the standard of living for millions in the process. SIFE teaches important concepts through educational outreach projects, including market economics, entrepreneurship, personal and financial success, and business ethics to better themselves, their communities and their countries. Each year, SIFE competitions are held worldwide, drawing together thousands of students and business leaders to pay tribute to theses extraordinary educational outreach projects.
Contact: Ted Legatski, email: email@example.com
- TCU Real Estate Club
TCU Real Estate Club is a dedicated to the development of students interested in pursuing a career in the real estate industry. Members have the opportunity to learn and network with real estate professionals at speaker events, attend site visits, receive listing in TREC resume book, and practice in the annual TREC fair.
Contact name: Stephen Bailey, contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- TCU Sports Networking Club
The Official Sports Networking Organization at TCU. The mission of TCU SPORTS NET is to educate, train, and connect members to the sports industry through hands-on experiences, speakers, and networking opportunities. Members meet with industry professionals, volunteer at sporting events within the community, and attend various social and educational events. In the past students have volunteered at the Big XII Football Championship game, 2010 World Series, and met with executives from TCU Athletics, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, Texas Rangers, Houston Astros, Houston Dynamo and Crowne Plaza Invitational golf tournament.
Contact: Hunter Segesta, email: email@example.com