Neely Acree

Name: Neely Acree

Year: Freshman

Major: Business

Hometown: Friendswood, TX

Q: What made you choose TCU?

A: "I chose TCU because of the community and the people! When choosing schools, I always felt like at TCU, you’re so much more than a number or another student, you’re an individual and I loved that sense of importance that TCU places on all of their students!"


Q: What extracurricular activities are you involved with at TCU?

A: "I am a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority where I am currently serving as Associate Panhellenic Delegate and I am also a part of TCU Student Foundation." 

Q: Why did you choose to be a part of TCU Student Foundation?

A: "I wanted to be a tour guide because of the influence my tour guides had on me when I was a high school senior! Tours definitely shaped my college admission process. I love having the ability to be the first introduction students have to our campus and I can’t wait to show off TCU to so many!"


Q: What are you looking forward to the most about touring potential frogs around campus?

A: "I’m looking forward to sharing my story and love for TCU! I want the potential new horned frogs to see why I fell in love with this campus and this community! TCU is such a unique school and there are so many amazing things that make this campus an amazing place to call home."


Q: What’s your favorite thing to do outside of academics?

A: "I love trying out new restaurants in Fort Worth! I am a huge foodie and always up for a great meal! Fort Worth is such a cool city and I love exploring all it has to offer."


Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

A: "In 10 years, I will hopefully have graduated from business school and have started my career path at a corporate office! An apartment, a boyfriend, and a dog wouldn’t hurt either!"


Q: If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?

A: "EUROPE! I’m dying to go!! I love traveling and exploring new places. I have been dying to go to Paris & London for years! Hopefully, I will get to study abroad for a semester in Europe."


Q: Advice for incoming freshmen?

A: "My advice is to be yourself always and explore everything you think you would be interested in! First semester freshman year can definitely be overwhelming sometimes as so much is being thrown at you, but with an open mind, dedication, and a positive outlook college will be such an amazing experience!"