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Indiana University Bloomington

Office of Development & Alumni Relations

The Kelley Advantage

The Kelley School has reached an important milestone: 100,000 Kelley alumni around the world.

Worldwide Reputation

No matter how successful you become, keep working harder and smarter to achieve more.

E. W. Kelley,
1917-2003

Kelley Blog: Hodge Hall
The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University

Upcoming Events

Career Momentum - Entrepreneurship
Dallas, Wednesday, 10/29/2014

Champagne Dinner Cruise with Dean Kesner
Chicago, Thursday, 10/30/2014

Business Outlook for 2015
Indianapolis, Thursday, 11/06/2014

Career Networks - Kickoff Event
Denver, Thursday, 11/06/2014

Career Momentum - The Power of the Kelley Network
Indianapolis, Thursday, 11/20/2014

National Business Outlook
Webinar, Wednesday, 12/10/2014

More Events >>

Alumni & Donor Stories

The Jim & Betty Huffer Undergraduate Classroom Facilities.

The Hoosier Experience

Jim Huffer (BS’51)

When the new Undergraduate building opens its doors, a classroom honoring a gift from Jim Huffer (BS’51) and wife Betty of Carmel will represent a lifelong commitment to Indiana University and emotional ties that are unique to the Hoosier experience...

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The Kelley Alumni Network

When you chose the IU Kelley School of Business, you became part of a vast network of alumni. Leverage this resource to navigate your career path and build your professional network. Contribute your expertise and experience. Invest in programs and initiatives that support the School's mission.

CONNECT TO THE POWER OF YOUR NETWORK!


Rochelle Reeves - Director, Alumni Relations
Rochelle Reeves,
Director

06/03/2014

Are You Satisfied?

Several websites, publications and rankings rate the satisfaction of b-school alumni/alumni networks by the participation in annual giving.

Our current participation is about 8%.  In addition to pride, loyalty and public rankings, here are some reasons to give back to Kelley:

1. Tuition does not cover the real cost of undergrad education - only 37% for Indiana residents and 68% for non-residents.  The rests depends on the generosity of alumni.

2. Kelley currently is only able to award 11% of our 5,000 undergrad students with scholarships.

3. Most gifts are restricted - towards scholarships, departments or programs. Unrestricted gifts (Kelley Shareholders Fund) provide vital flexibility.

4. Funding sources continue to decline - Kelley receives approx. 6% of our funding from the state.

5. Kelley's mission is global and our Network is immense - big ideas and effective solutions are expensive.

6. Every gift makes a difference - most gifts to Kelley are under $1,000, but consistent annual giving from more than 100,000 alumni makes a powerful impact, and increases the value of your Kelley degree.

Show your support and satisfaction by making a gift to the Kelley School.

Then, get in touch to discuss the resources available to you, get involved or share your feedback.

Go Kelley!