Opportunities for success for everyone.

The TCU Neeley School of Business is committed to fostering an inclusive, scholarly community composed of individuals who, through their diverse and sometimes competing perspectives, contribute to a free and intellectually challenging culture where students, faculty, staff and alumni have equitable opportunities and can forge paths toward personal and professional growth.

Daniel PullinTCU’s Neeley School of Business is unique in that we make a brand promise to our stakeholders every day. We call this commitment the Neeley Promise, which is “to unleash human potential with leadership at the core and innovation in our spirit.” Therefore, our promise compels us to focus on the potential of people, a pledge we cannot keep unless we create an inclusive environment that celebrates a diversity of people and ideas.

To achieve this, TCU Neeley is open to all who seek to learn how to lead and innovate to make a positive difference in a challenged world. As faculty and staff of one of the nation’s leading business schools, we have the obligation to be a positive force for improving diversity, equity and inclusion in both business and society.

Over time, TCU Neeley has launched a number of programs that support inclusive excellence, though we know our work is just beginning. Our faculty and staff are blessed with the tools, talent and privilege to educate the next generation of culturally competent leaders. Our graduates are committed to growing enterprises whose competitiveness is derived from inviting and valuing diverse perspectives. Likewise, we have the opportunity to catalyze the communities we serve by further expanding our partnerships with organizations that already mean a great deal to the diverse communities and populations they support.

Whether you are a student, faculty or staff member, alumni, business executive or engaged citizen, we invite your participation and support of our commitment to preparing the leaders we need for both the now and the next.

Thank you for being a part of our enduring journey as we live our promise.

Go Frogs,

Daniel W. Pullin
John V. Roach Dean
Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
TCU Neeley School of Business

Interested in partnering with us in supporting our DEI initiatives? Please contact Elizabeth Deegan, Senior Director of Development at e.deegan@tcu.edu or 817-257-7291.

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Access Initiatives

TCU Accelerated Career Awareness Program

TCU ACAP is a free, one-week, on-campus summer program for high school students from underrepresented groups to learn more about degrees and careers in accounting and finance. We partner with the National Association of Black Accountants Inc. (NABA) to bring the Accelerated Career Awareness Program to Fort Worth on the TCU campus to bridge the opportunity gap for minority high school students. Students stay in dorms and attend classes on careers in accounting and business, personal development and college preparation.

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Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber for MBA Scholarships
We partner with the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to provide annual scholarships to FWHCC members to help multicultural professionals obtain a full-time MBA degree at TCU. Each scholarship covers full tuition and all fees for the full-time TCU MBA program, and the cost of a two-year membership in the FWHCC.
Antonio Banos and Rodney D'Souza Scholarship

Two of our entrepreneurship professors provide this need-based scholarship for entrepreneurial-minded TCU students not majoring in business and/or who are minoring in entrepreneurship. Priority is given to first-generation college students and/or students who have demonstrated experience in or commitment to working with historically underserved or marginalized populations.

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Microsoft Office Certification Funding
Microsoft Office certification is required for all TCU Neeley business majors, to make you even more valuable in the job market. But not everyone can afford the cost. We offer funding to help students with demonstrated need cover costs for MOS prep classes and tests. For more information, contact Assistant Dean Lynn Muller at l.muller@tcu.edu.
Suit Up – Lead On

When making a presentation, attending a networking event or interviewing for a job, what you wear affects how you see yourself and how others see you. We created the Suit Up – Lead On program to help students with demonstrated need purchase business attire.

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Going the Distance

Whether you need help paying for textbooks, academic expenses, or even meals – we’ve got you covered. Our student-run fund supports fellow Horned Frogs in times of need.

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Cultural Competency Skills Development

Cultural Competency Skills Development

Against All Odds: Stories of Grit and Determination

As the first of its kind at TCU Neeley, this speaker series provides a platform for sharing candid, diverse career insight aimed at equipping our students as confident leaders ready to meet and overcome obstacles in the evolving global workforce; and broadening the perspectives of our university and extended community.

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Leading a Diverse Workforce

In this undergraduate course, you’ll learn to effectively understand and negotiate the multiple dynamics that emerge from difference, and to appropriately respond to issues of marginalization and social injustice in the workplace. You’ll engage in difficult conversations as you study cases that stimulate your awareness of real-world issues, to develop the skills you need to mediate or resolve diversity issues as a future professional.

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Courageous Conversations Book Study

All Neeley students, faculty and staff are invited to participate. Over four weeks we will read and discuss a book designed to foster understanding and belonging across differences.

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Women's Initiatives and Programs

Women's Initiatives and Programs

Alumnae Events

We bring influential women to the TCU campus to share their insights into success through Women to the Power of 10 and Graduate Women Alumnae Community events.

Texas Diversity Council's Women in Leadership Symposium

The annual Greater Fort Worth Women in Leadership Symposium, hosted by the Texas Diversity Council and sponsored by the TCU Neeley School of Business, brings together a diverse group of successful women leaders to share their personal and professional career challenges. Meet and hear tips from some of the most accomplished women executives in the DFW Metroplex.

Mentoring and Career Development

Mentoring and Career Development

JPMorgan Chase Inclusive Excellence Mentoring Program

Our 10-week mentoring program connects historically underrepresented students with professional and peer leaders in the TCU Neeley community. Undergraduate students are matched with mentors to help guide their leadership and career development.

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Graduate Career Networks
The TCU Neeley Graduate Career Center partners with the National Black MBA Association and the National Association of Women MBAs to increase opportunities for historically underrepresented graduate students.