Explore. Engage. Reflect.

Neeley Complete is designed to encourage and guide you to a well-rounded, experiential education at the TCU Neeley School of Business, and provide distinction for these achievements at graduation and for your résumé achievements.

Our goal is to ensure all business undergraduate students have the opportunities and resources to build a portfolio of meaningful experiences within, and beyond, the TCU Neeley community before graduating and embarking on a professional career.

Neeley Complete includes six engagement areas: competitions and national conferences, employer-based work, intercultural education, leadership, research and service. When you complete qualifying participation in four or more of the six engagement areas and create a synthesis reflection, you will:

  • Earn the Neeley Complete distinction for use on a résumé and portfolio.
  • Receive a cord of recognition to wear during graduation.
  • Receive an invitation to a social and networking event with fellow Neeley Complete students.

Neeley Complete is supported by the generosity of Sarah and Regg Jones.


Neeley Complete is open to all business sophomores, juniors and seniors. There is no GPA requirement.

How It Works

Explore Engagement Areas

What engagement areas are the best fit for your major, interests and future career?

Explore Engagement Areas

Join the Program

To participate in Neeley Complete, you must fill out an intent to participate form. The form may be completed at any time during your time at the Neeley School, but no later than four weeks prior to your graduation date.

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Make a Plan

Create an outline for when you plan to participate in your selected engagement areas. Have you already started one or more?

Find Opportunities

Neeley Complete will help you explore internships, job postings, research opportunities with faculty, on-campus events lead by student organizations, intercultural events, study abroad information and more.

Select a Mentor

Choose a staff or faculty member, or a Neeley senior, to serve as your mentor in the program. They will help you process and reflect on your experiences.

Complete a Synthesis Reflection

Once you complete four or more of the six engagement areas, you will present your synthesis reflection to your mentor. The form of your presentation is flexible and can be tailored to your interests. Examples include: a reflection paper, video journal, picture collage, TedTalk recording, online portfolio or website, or any other medium that fits your interests. Need more guidance with your synthesis reflection? Explore our synthesis reflection guidelines below. If you’ve already completed your synthesis reflection, please submit it for review no later than four weeks prior to your graduation date.

Synthesis Reflection Guidelines