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TCU Neeley School of Business

Hands-on. Personalized. Globally recognized.

Welcome to the TCU Neeley School of Business. Here you will discover a college business experience that unleashes your potential and encourages your leadership. You’ll find exceptional faculty, challenging curriculum and experienced mentors, all within our inviting campus in the thriving city of Fort Worth. It’s a valued opportunity to grow your skills, grow within our unique city and culture, and grow as a person.

When you graduate from TCU Neeley, you are more than smart. You understand your strengths and what makes you excited to go to work. You know how to bring out the best in yourself and others. You are poised and confident to discuss ideas. You have what companies want, and what the future needs. And with everything TCU Neeley offers, you can grow your worth.

Our Past, Present and Future

In TCU’s 150th year, watch our journey to becoming a premier destination for education, innovation and thought leadership.

The TCU Neeley Difference

There’s a true return on investment with a Neeley School education. Watch to learn firsthand about our undergraduate student experience.
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Hire a Horned Frog

We’re impressed with our students. Recruiters are, too. We match companies with the best students for internships and full-time positions. Join us for recruiting events, networking, panels, speaking engagement, interviews and more ways to hire a Horned Frog.

Undergraduate Career Services

Graduate Career Services


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Center for Real Estate Director James Hill Elected to Dallas Fed Board

In addition to his leadership role as a director, James Hill is a finance professor in the TCU Neeley School of Business, industry expert, public official and an active volunteer with multiple North Texas programs.

July 24, 2024

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FOX4 Dallas-Fort Worth: Tom Seng Speaks on Impact of Hurricane Beryl on Oil and Gas

TCU Neeley finance professor and energy expert, Tom Seng provided insights on Hurricane Beryl’s path in the Texas Gulf Coast, and explained how the damage could have been worst for the oil and gas companies in the area.

July 12, 2024