TCU’s Neely School of Business’ Values and Ventures Competition is one of the nation’s premier undergraduate business competitions. The competition boasts distinguished judges and mentors from among seasoned entrepreneurs, investment professionals, CEO’s and others.

Throughout the two-day event, students have opportunities to network with other like-minded students, faculty from across the globe and successful entrepreneurs and business professionals. This international competition epitomizes the Neeley School’s mission – to develop ethical leaders with a global perspective who help shape the business environment – by encouraging student entrepreneurs to develop for-profit enterprises that impact society in meaningful ways. The participants truly have a head for business and heart for humanity.

ELIGIBILITYUndergraduate Students Only

This competition is limited to undergraduate college students only, as defined below.

  • Eligible U.S. Students and International Students: Only currently enrolled undergraduate college students taking classes during the 2021-22 academic school year (August 2021 – May 2022) are eligible. Students who completed their studies and will graduate in December 2021 are also eligible, provided they have not started graduate school or are taking graduate-level courses at the time of the competition.
  • Ineligible Students: Undergraduate students who completed courses and graduated prior to December 2021, are enrolled in a graduate program, or are taking graduate courses are ineligible to compete. They may be listed on the team, provided there are at least two undergraduate students also on the team. Graduate and graduated students on the teams may attend the competition, but will not be permitted to pitch, present or take part in any Q&A.
  • Ventures that have participated and won money in previous Values and Ventures Competitions are not eligible.