Visiting Students

Thank you for your interest in the Kelley School of Business 12th annual National Diversity Case Competition (NDCC). The NDCC is a two-day case competition with professional development opportunities that is open to undergraduate students from across the United States. In joining us for the competition, you will find opportunities to engage with our corporate partners and recruiters, network with other talented students from across the country, and participate in a case competition offering $22,000 in cash prizes.

Student teams who are selected to participate will be provided with all meals and hotel lodging throughout the event. Student teams are also provided with a travel stipend to cover round-trip travel to Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.

National Diversity Case Competition

The National Diversity Case Competition, held in Bloomington, Indiana.

The NDCC brings together talented, diverse students from all over the country.

NDCC teams compete for $22,000 in cash prizes.

In addition to the case competition, the event includes valuable workshops for student participants.

Participants have the opportunity to meet fellow students and network with corporate recruiters. This team represented the University of Michigan.

The George Washington University was among the 40+ schools represented at the NDCC.

The Kelley School of Business is proud to host the National Diversity Case Competition. The Undergraduate Program chair leads the two-day event.

Congratulations to Drexel University, past winner of NDCC.

The NDCC includes a networking dinner and additional opportunities to meet with corporate recruiters.

Students can talk with recruiters from top companies at the NDCC’s networking reception.

Who is eligible to participate?

  • Teams of four undergraduate business/economics students
  • At most one senior per team
  • Teams that exhibit a passion for diversity
  • US citizens or international students who have a valid entry stamp into the US in their passport or I-94 form
  • In the spirit of the competition, teams should include at least two underrepresented minority students. This includes students who identify as African American, Hispanic/Latino American, Native American/American Indian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander.
  • Teams that show a diversity in academic and professional interests

Key dates

  • The application is open from September 15 through October 30.
  • Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. While the application will remain open until October 30, the field may fill before that date and early applications are strongly encouraged. Once the competition reaches the maximum number of teams, subsequent interested teams will be placed on a waiting list.
  • Case is released in early December. 
  • Competition is held January 13–14, 2023, on the Bloomington campus. 

Application instructions

  • Each team member should fill out an individual online application.
  • The team captain should email a single PDF file, with all four team members’ resumes, to The email subject line should say “[Team Name] Resumes.”
If you have any questions contact Thank you for applying.