The business plan of the Kelley School is very simple (click for details):
Kelley's student pedigree is superb. Admission into the programs has never been more keenly competitive.
The research and teaching acumen of Kelley faculty is world-class. More than 2000 papers have been written and 400 textbooks published by Kelley faculty. They literally wrote the book on business education.
The present facility was built in 1966. Although a "grande dame" at Indiana, its offerings are simply outdated. Students now learn in remarkable ways, technologies abound, special/collaborative relationships permeate, and faculty must stay ahead of the curve at all times. Students demand it.
The expansion/renovation project, so carefully planned with the aid of representatives of all Kelley populations, will provide the missing ingredient in the recipe for our success... a facility that will unleash the full potential of our remarkable students and faculty, the lifeblood of the Kelley School.