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Indiana University Bloomington

Kelley Executive Partners

The Kelley Advantage

The Kelley School of Business consistently ranks among the top business schools in the nation.
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About the Campus

Kelley Executive Partners is proud to be a  part of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. IU is a vibrant tier-one university which encourages cutting edge research while still valuing the importance of faculty and student relationships. Our campus is home to scholars from around the world and we can even boast about a recent Nobel Prize. 

About the Kelley School of Business

The Godfrey Center at IU in Bloomington

The William J. Godfrey Graduate & Executive Education Center, on the wooded campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, maximizes collaboration among executives and faculty with flexible and fully mobile classrooms. State-of-the-art multimedia tools in the classrooms support advanced technology in the executive education curriculum. The $33-million complex was opened in 2002. The facility features:

  • wireless and wired network infrastructures
  • fully equipped computer lab
  • 2,600 data ports for laptops
  • comfortable, relaxed areas for teamwork

About Bloomington

When making plans to visit Bloomington, please note that the city is on Eastern Standard Time (EST) and that daylight savings time is observed.

Bloomington is located approximately 50 miles south of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis International Airport. The Indianapolis International Airport provides shared ride limo services through the Ground Transportation Services as well as rental car options.

You’ll find unsurpassed cultural and dining opportunities in Bloomington. The William J. Godfrey Graduate & Executive Education Center is located on the vibrant campus of Indiana University. The campus itself is noted as one of the most beautiful in the world, and is home to the top-ranked Jacobs School of Music. In addition to the more than 1,200 musical events offered annually, you can visit the IU Art Museum, the rare books collection at the Lilly Library, or attend a play or musical. Within walking distance of the campus, you’ll discover a widely diverse range of restaurants and bars offering international and ethnic cuisines.

Prior to your visit to Indiana University you may wish to visit the following Web sites: