Neeley School Student Organizations
Alpha Sigma Gamma International Real Estate Society
The purpose of this society is to recognize and reward superior academic performance in the estate and real estate curricula, to encourage research and teaching in real estate and related fields, and to recognize individuals in real estate and related business areas who exemplify the intelligent and ethical application of real estate knowledge. Student membership is open to undergraduate and graduate students meeting specific academic criteria.
American Marketing Association
The TCU Collegiate Chapter of the American Marketing Association is open to all students. The club helps bridge the gap between marketing theory and practice. The club meets every other week, bringing in top companies and recruiters as speakers.
Beta Alpha Psi
The purpose of Beta Alpha Psi, national student accounting honor society, is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as basic to the accounting profession; promote the highest ethical standards in the study of accountancy; develop high moral, scholastic and professional attainments in its members; and encourage cordial relationships among its members and the accounting profession generally. Students are invited on the basis of scholarship.
Beta Gamma Sigma
This national honor society for business students encourages and rewards scholarship and accomplishment among students, promotes education in business and fosters integrity in the conduct of business operations. Only the top 7 percent of juniors and the top 10 percent of seniors are invited to join.
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Club
CEO! empowers students through leadership training, professional development and commitment to the discipline of entrepreneurship. There are on-campus chapter meetings, interesting guest speakers, social gatherings and a monthly newsletter. Students may attend the national conference and participate in a new business idea competition.
Delta Sigma Pi
TCU's chapter of this international fraternity strives to establish closer ties between the business world and the student. Its objectives are to promote a higher standard of business ethics, and to further the civic and commercial welfare of the community. The chapter takes various field trips to industries and sponsors speakers and panels.
Business Information Systems Association (BISA)
The mission of the BISA is to further the educational development of undergraduate electronic business majors through association with other students, faculty members, potential employers and other influential members of the community, thus cultivating a unified body of students and alumni.
Financial Management Association
For students with an interest in finance and related fields, the Financial Management Association provides a means of obtaining career information and access to business executives and faculty.
Neeley Fellows Student Organization (NFSO)
This organization is designed to help Neeley Fellows achieve their full potential in the Neeley Fellows Program by creating a vibrant community of committed students, faculty members, alumni, parents, corporate partners and nonprofit organizations, while accelerating Neeley School's connection with the greater business community.
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
SIFE is a global, nonprofit organization that allows students the opportunity to develop leadership, teamwork and communication skills through learning, practicing and teaching the principles of free enterprise, thereby improving the standard of living for millions in the process. SIFE teaches important concepts through educational outreach projects, including market economics, entrepreneurship, personal and financial success, and business ethics to better themselves, their communities and their countries. Each year, SIFE competitions take place worldwide, drawing together thousands of students and business leaders to pay tribute to these extraordinary educational outreach projects.
Student Organization for Supply Chain Studies (SOSCS)
SOSCS provides students with a forum to discuss issues that affect business, promotes interaction and networking opportunities with supply chain executives, and provides the opportunity to meet and socialize with fellow students pursuing a similar career path.
Society for Human Resource Management
The TCU Student Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management provides students an opportunity to learn more about the practice of management and, in particular, human resource management. The chapter hosts guest speakers, takes field trips, and attends regional and state professional meetings. The chapter also hosts workshops and panels on a variety of current management topics for the benefit of the entire student body.
TCU Real Estate Club
This organization is a primary source for networking education, and career advancement in the field of real estate.
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