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Indiana University Bloomington

Graduate Accounting Programs

Alumni Spotlight

Brett Berghel MPA 2007

Senior Transaction Advisory Services, Ernst & Young, Chicago

“The best aspect of studying accounting at Kelley was living in an environment of high expectations. Your classmates and professors expect the best of you, so you do things that you previously thought were out of your reach.”

Student Resources

At Graduate Accounting Programs, we are all about student success. Whether you’re joining clubs to gain even more accounting experience—and meet classmates—or you need advice on how to prepare for a job interview, we’re here to help.

Take a look at the student resources available to you:

Advising and Registration

Oncourse
This is IU’s online collaboration and learning portal. You’ll use Oncourse as a tool for most of your courses at Kelley.  In addition, Graduate Accounting students have access to the “GAP/ISGP Portal” on Oncourse which delivers a variety of announcements and information of interest to current students.

OneStart
From OneStart, you’ll be able to register for courses, see your course information, financial aid records, and catch up on IU news.

Kelley School of Business Resources

Dean’s Office
Meet our dean and learn about the vision for the Kelley School.

Graduate Accounting Programs Student Organizations

Graduate Career Services
From resume advice and interview preparation to salary negotiation and networking, Graduate Career Services has your career covered.

Office of Development & Alumni Relations
Stay connected to the largest business school Alumni Network in the world.

IU Bloomington Resources

Bursar
The Office of the Bursar is responsible for collecting university fees and departmental charges from students.

Financial Assistance
The Office of Student Financial Assistance is the place to go for information about financial aid.

Graduate and Professional Student Organization
Learn more about this “student voice for graduate student advocacy,” the Graduate and Professional Student Organization.

Indiana University Student Organizations
There’s something for everyone in this comprehensive list of student organizations for undergraduate and graduate students.

Technology Services and Support
University Information Technology Services, the campus office that provides tools and services to support the academic and administrative work of the university, is a great resource for information about technology. IU offers one of the best student technology support systems in the United States. Here are step-by-step directions on how you can get started with technology at IU.