Connect Here. Thrive Here.

There’s a place for you at TCU Neeley, no matter where you come from, what you look like or what you believe. We actively work to recruit students from diverse backgrounds and ensure everyone feels both included and intellectually challenged. Ultimately, we’re committed to cultivating thoughtful, modern leaders and unleashing your potential to positively impact to both business and society.

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We seek out the brightest students, no matter where they come from. We proactively cultivate outreach and engagement with underrepresented students, especially students of color, who may otherwise have limited connections to higher education opportunities/pathways.

These programs bridge the opportunity gap for high school students from underrepresented communities. Get a head start on your college and professional career, taking college level classes and experiencing a taste of college life during a week-long period in the summer.

Accelerated Career Awareness Program (ACAP)
Attend classes on careers in accounting and business, personal development and college preparation. Part of a partnership with NABA Inc. Learn more

Neeley Analytics Academy
Hands-on opportunities to learn and hone your skills in data analytics and market research, learning how to use data to assess a business’s performance and improve profitability. Hosted by the Neeley Analytics Initiative. Learn more

Business Technology Camp
Focus on evolving technologies and get a glimpse into future career paths in supply chain, from artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to geographic mapping and automated vehicles. Hosted by the Center for Supply Chain Innovation. Learn more

High School Investor Challenge
Take a week of finance classes and then, throughout the fall and spring, manage a $100,000 virtual stock portfolio. Hosted by the Luther King Capital Management Center for Financial Studies. Learn more

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Support doesn’t stop at enrollment. There are tools and resources for you every step of the way to ensure your Neeley experience is a success.

Several programs ensure you have the resources you need to thrive as a Neeley undergraduate or graduate student.

Suit Up – Lead On

From presentations to job interviews, professional attire helps you feel polished and prepared. There are funds to help purchase business attire if you have demonstrated need. The Suit Up – Lead On program is supported by the generosity of Monica and Les Garrett '96.


Going the Distance

You may need a hand covering incidentals such as textbooks or meals. Our student-run fund supports fellow Horned Frogs in times of need.


Microsoft Office Certification

Neeley requires Microsoft Office Specialist certification for all business majors, to maximize your advantages in the job market. For students with demonstrated need, we help cover costs for prep classes and tests. Contact Assistant Dean Lynn Muller at

A variety of scholarships are available for academic achievement and more.

Banos D’Souza Scholarship

Endowed by entrepreneurship professors Antonio Banos and Rodney D'Souza to diversify the student population in gender, thought, race, ethnicity, backgrounds and experiences, this scholarship seeks to help students achieve entrepreneurial dreams.

Learn more

Scholarship Portal

Explore all TCU scholarships and aid, and connect with an admissions counselor to understand all the possibilities.

Explore portal

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From in-class curriculum to speaker events and mentoring programs, you’ll have the skills and understanding to navigate a multicultural world.

JPMorgan Chase Inclusive Excellence Mentoring Program
A 10-week mentoring program that matches you with professional and peer mentors in the Neeley community who can help guide your leadership and career development. Learn more
Against All Odds Speaker Series
This series shares candid stories and insights from diverse leaders, designed to equip students like you as confident leaders and to broaden the perspectives of our university and community. Learn more
Leading a Diverse Workforce Class
In this undergraduate course, you’ll study cases that stimulate your awareness of real-world issues related to bias in the workplace, and develop the skills to mediate or resolve diversity issues as a future professional. Learn more
Greater Fort Worth Women in Leadership Symposium
We sponsor this annual event that gives you the chance to meet and learn from some of the most accomplished diverse female executives in the DFW Metroplex. Hosted by the Texas Diversity Council. Learn more
Library and Book Club
Gain perspective by digging into leading works on inclusion and diversity. Join a Courageous Conversations book study to read and discuss together, or borrow a book from the Pullin Family Diversity Library.
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With diverse student organizations and other supportive initiatives, we promote a campus environment that is welcoming for all and free of bias.

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Ready to step into the job market?

Additional mentoring and job search guidance will help enhance your success after graduation. Explore resources and services from our Alcon Career Center (undergraduate) and Graduate Career Management Center to get started.

Alcon Career Center

Graduate Career Management Center