October 10, 2008


The Neeley School of Business at TCU was named one of the nation's Best Business Schools in the 2009 guidebook published by The Princeton Review.

The "Best 296 Business Schools" guide features a two-page profile of the Neeley School with summaries of academics, student life and admissions, with comments from surveyed students included. 

Following are some positive comments made by Neeley students:

  •   Citing "the value of their education versus the cost," students laud
      the breadth of academic options offered and note that TCU has
      "great resources to customize programs to individual needs."
  •   Most students find that "the M.J. Neeley School staff and faculty are
      helpful, willing, energetic, smart people who enjoy students'
  •   Neeley's "excellent" professors "are easily accessible and are eager
      to help you achieve your goals." As one student says, "The faculty
      places many challenges before us." Students also laud the "great
      administration" for being "very helpful and interested in your
      individual success and experience." Both faculty and staff "[show]
      so much care toward each student to make sure his/her experience
      is fulfilling."
  •   The Career Services staff is "very helpful and interested in your individual success
      and experience," students say. These "supportive and helpful Career Counselors,"
      along with a good reputation among area businesses, are a formidable combination
      when it comes to job placement.
  •   Students say that Neeley has the "best facilities in the area," a "beautiful" campus, and
      "easy" parking, all of which complement campus life.

The Princeton Review does not rank the schools in the book on a single hierarchical list from 1 to 282, or name one business school best overall. ( http://www.princetonreview.com/business-school.aspx?uidbadge=%07 )

The nationally ranked Neeley School of Business at TCU focuses on personal development, vital connections and real experiences. High functioning classrooms and calculated career development give students the platform to succeed. Renowned faculty, major corporations and leading executives connect to share winning business practices. Students work for real clients to solve critical challenges. Neeley is consistently recognized among the best business schools in the country by The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Fortune, US News & World Report and The Princeton Review . From skills and strategies to team dynamics and global expeditions, we make sure Neeley graduates are trailblazing business leaders - each in their own individual way.


Elaine Cole
Public Relations Manager
Neeley School of Business at TCU