This is an exciting time for your Kelley student, but it can also be overwhelming. Encourage your student to explore resources available to help them manage stress, build resiliency, and cope with challenges.
Discover ways students thrive at Kelley
From Kelley Balance Week to seminars and self-care groups, wellness programs at Kelley offer students a relaxing break from study.
Kelley Student Support Team
Talk with Kelley’s highly skilled team of student support professionals who provide individual student coaching, programs to reduce stress and build coping skills, LGBTQ+ support, and more.
Kelley to Kelley Peer Mentoring Program
Pair up with a Kelley student mentor who supports first-year students as they transition to college, navigate academic challenges, and find their home in the Kelley community.
Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives (KODI)
Get involved with the KODI community that welcomes, affirms, and celebrates all Kelleys.
Balance at Kelley
Join this student organization committed to talking openly about mental health and building awareness of campus-wide resources.
Kelley student organizations
Explore more than 70 Kelley student organizations connecting Kelley students with peers and professionals who share their passions and interests.
Kinsey-Kelley Center for Gender Equity
Connect with this premier academic center involved in cutting-edge research, training, and education surrounding gender equity and healthy workplace environments.
The best thing parents can do for their student is to tell them they support them no matter what—no matter the choices they make, the major they choose, or the internship or job they get. Tell your student you value them.
Kelly Higgins, Director, Student SupportKelley School of Business Undergraduate Program
Kelley parent webinar: Helping your student achieve balance and independence
IU Bloomington resources keep students healthy, safe, and supported
From the Division of Student Affairs to the IU Student Health Center, campus support is available to students facing a challenge.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Contact CAPS for customized mental health care provided by professionals at the IU Student Health Center.
Bias incident reporting
Report a bias incident to a campus team of trained university officials who will privately review and respond.
Sexual violence support
Reach out to the Office for Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Advocacy for confidential victim advocacy and support for IU Bloomington students.
Substance Use Intervention Services
Make an appointment or drop in during office hours for confidential dependence and recovery support.
Student Advocates Office
Resolve problems with a Student Advocate who will listen nonjudgmentally and help students move forward in their academic progress.