In addition to your faculty, you’ll have a full team of advisors and coaches challenging you to grow and cheering you on.
Giving you the resources and connections you need to be successful—as a student and as a business professional—is at the top of our priority list as business educators. You can count on us to guide you through your journey as a Kelley student, and prepare you to step into the workplace after graduation.
Your academic and career advisors
When you arrive at Kelley, you’ll be assigned an academic advisor and a career advisor/coach. While one will help you chart you career as a Kelley student, the other will help you define, prepare for, and start the professional career that’s best for you.
Your academic coaches
There are more than 30 academic coaches available to help you pass your I-Core prerequisites.
After you enroll in business courses, email one of our coaches, and set up an appointment to meet. You can count on getting a response to your email within 24 to 48 hours.
Excelling in a subject? You might qualify to become a coach.
Additional academic and nonacademic resources
Need help with classroom assignments, study strategies, classroom presentations, or papers?
If you find any component of your life as a Kelley student challenging, there are resources to help you.
We’re here to support you with all aspects of your life as a Kelley student—which includes your emotional well-being.
Academic warnings and probation
We hold all Kelley students to high standards. That means you must earn at least a 2.0 semester GPA for each enrollment term.
But, if you hit a bump in the road, we can help you get back on track.
Learn about what happens if you receive an academic warning, what happens if you’re placed on academic probation, and what you can do to get back in good academic standing.