Turn what you’ve learned in your classes into an adventure.
At Kelley, what you learn outside the classroom is just as important as what you learn in it. In fact, out-of-the-classroom adventure should be a key component to your Kelley education.
The Student Engagement Program exists to facilitate as many of those experiences and adventures as possible.
Kelley Student Organizations
Get involved with one of our 55 plus Kelley Student Organizations. Travel past state lines to get a behind-the-scenes look at the business organizations that are flourishing in today’s market. Build a house. Network with CEOs. See first-hand how a diverse work culture drives organizational success.
You’ll put theory to action, mature as a leader and team player, and feel empowered by your own capabilities.
Most of all, you’ll be surprised by the many ways business intersects with simply having fun—and how much you’ll grow along the way.
More ways to get involved
- Take a Kelley business trip through IUBeginnings. Before classes begin, join a small group of incoming freshmen and head to a big city to network with successful CEOs.
- Our Out to Dinner program gives direct admits an opportunity to spend time with faculty in a casual atmosphere.
- The Sophomore Professional Conference focuses on your professional development. Discover how your interests and values could contribute to a fulfilling career path.
- Kelley's Got Talent showcases our broad range of student talent. Help put on a fantastic show and reveal a hidden talent of your own.
- The Kelley Institute for Social Impact gives you an opportunity to get your feet wet with microfinance, fair trade, and foreign aid.
- The Kelley Living Learning Center is perfect for freshmen who want a full academic and social calendar as soon as they arrive.
- The Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives is for any student who wants to keep our diverse, inclusive, and affirmative learning environment strong.
- As a member of the Kelley Undergraduate Think Tank, you’ll field faculty and staff challenges to brainstorm ways to improve the Kelley experience.
- As an academic coach, you can use your hard-earned wisdom to help fellow classmates successfully move through the I-Core prerequisites.
- The new Common Reading Program gives you the opportunity to connect with other new students, Kelley faculty, and Kelley staff around a topic outside the typical classroom discussions.
IU Bloomington student opportunities
Beyond Kelley, IU offers vast opportunities, including: