October 29, 2010

High-Achieving TCU Business Students Named Neeley Fellows

Each year at the Neeley School of Business at TCU, a committee appointed by the Senior Associate Dean Bill Moncrief selects 30 of the most qualified Neeley School freshmen into the elite Neeley Fellows honors program. The students are accepted based on academic potential (Freshman Year GPA and SAT score), commitment to leadership and service, and communications skills.

The Class of 2013 has an average GPA of 3.86 and SAT equivalent score of over 2060 out of 2400—the highest ever—and all of the students are members of the TCU Honors College.

Congratulations to:

Fellows Class

Trey Alexander
Arielle Austin
Katelyn Badger
Andrew Boaz
Brandon Fawks
Brent Folan
Megan Fricke
Matthew Gomez
Bethany Gorham
Will Hopper  
 Molly Johnson
Jason Jorgens
Ben Ji
William Jung
Corey Landers
Lauren Levi
Garrett Lucas
Logan Luzzo
Jennifer Michael
Callie Montgomery  
 Hannah Morris
Nick Neuman
Katie Russell
Moriah Sallis
Rick Settle
Sean Shahkarami
Joshua Simpson
Melanie Thompson
Ashley Vander Linde
Yajing Yang

Neeley Fellows challenges top students to stretch beyond their already competitive undergraduate business coursework with opportunities to interact with top faculty and business executives both inside and outside of the classroom. Students participate as cohorts in a broad range of activities designed to integrate practical skills with theoretical learning resulting in an enriched educational experience.

For more information about Neeley Fellows, click here or contact Beata Jones, Director, at b.jones@tcu.edu  or 817-257-6948.  


Elaine Cole
PR Manager
Neeley School of Business at TCU