Make professional connections and lifelong friends
Getting involved in a Kelley student organization is a great way to explore how your unique passions overlap with the world of business. You will learn firsthand one of business's best lessons: the whole is always greater than the sum of its parts.
If you have a specific business interest, more than likely there’s a student organization that will help you explore that interest further—and give you the powerful professional experience your future employers expect.
Find a Kelley organization that fits your passion
180 Degrees Consulting is a student-run consultancy focused on serving nonprofits and social enterprises.
The Actuarial Club connects students with an interest in actuarial science. The club provides networking opportunities with professionals and gives students the resources needed to take and pass actuarial exams.
We seek to bring attention to the unique challenges that women, the LGBTQ+ community, racial minorities, and people with disabilities face while engaging and equipping our peers to be better allies to marginalized groups.
We are dedicated to learning more about the investments that are not seen as mainstream, examples being real estate, cryptocurrency, wine, cars, and more. Connect with industry professionals in private equity and real estate. Apply on our website.
The American Marketing Association at Indiana University is an all-encompassing marketing organization
devoted to educating and empowering members through hands-on experience and professional development to prepare them for their future career
Ascend at Indiana University is a leadership focused business organization composed of, but not limited, to Pan-Asians. Students with any majors are welcomed to join. Please subscribe to our newsletter to receive more information!
Balance at Kelley is an organization dedicated to reducing the stigma surrounding mental health through raising awareness, supplementing education, providing campus-wide resources, and starting the conversation.
The Banking & Trading Association is dedicated to developing skills for students pursuing careers Investment Banking, Sales and Trading, or Equity Research. We also connect our members with professionals in these industries through networking events.
BETA ALPHA PSI is an honorary organization for financial information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.
Blockchain@IU is an innovative student-run organization that is committed to advancing the research, development, and education of blockchain technology. We are split into two different pillars that are pioneering new technologies and inspiring students.
In partnership with IU Hillel, BLI gives business students an opportunity to learn from accomplished Jewish executives. Participants are able to meet with these professionals in a relaxed, small group setting and engage with them in open dialogue.
Civic Leadership Development
Civic Leadership Development (CLD) provides a wide array of opportunities for Kelley students to gain leadership skills through hands-on volunteerism in the local community and direct contact with non-profit leaders.
CEO is the premier entrepreneurship organization for IU students. We help aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their goals by connecting them with local resources to further their ideas and providing the training needed to successfully launch a business.
Corporate Experience Club assists freshmen and sophomores with corporate networking and career exploration. Our diverse team of driven students aims to provide premium quality mentoring to students seeking internships and shadowing opportunities.
Customer Experience (CX) Consulting is a business-focused organization that focuses on giving students the opportunity to learn and apply customer experience skills in real business situations through interactive workshops and case competitions.
The mission of Data Visualization at IU is to educate and prepare future business professionals with a unique skillset of data manipulation across multiple platforms. DV at IU also aims to help its members grows as professionals.
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity comprised of business-focused students growing together through professional events, community service opportunities, strong networks, and a diverse brotherhood full of friendship and lifelong bonds.
The Emerging Markets Club is the best place for all Kelley students to thoroughly understand an increasingly important part of global business today. We hope to educate members and encourage them to apply what they learn in real-life situations.
Epsilon Nu Tau is a professional fraternity which inspires the growth of entrepreneurial minds and professional development. This business fraternity also allows students to have experiential sales training and promotes ethical business practices.
The Financial Planning Association is the largest organization of CFP's in the U.S. The FPA's mission is to help students further their professional development, expand their personal network, and stay current on the latest trends in the industry.
First Generation Investors (FGI) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization where college students tutor high school students in underserved communities the power of investing and brings classroom lessons to life by providing students real money to invest.
Our purpose is to train members who have little or no knowledge about investing in the capital, especially equity markets. It will give them basic knowledge to help understand financial markets better as well as prepare for financial careers ahead.
Future Professionals in Healthcare provides students with the opportunity to learn and network with those experienced in the healthcare administration, medical management, and business sectors of the life science industries.
Hoosier Consulting Network is a Kelley SGSO and consulting organization dedicated to advancing collaboration between ambitious Indiana University students and small businesses, startups, and nonprofits in the local Indiana community.
Innovative Idea Tank (IIT) provides opportunity for IU students to work collaboratively on developing entrepreneurial ideas through business solutions. IIT also provides free consulting to local businesses, helping out with their businesses.
The International Business Association is an organization focused on complementing the International Business major, for students interested in international business issues and career opportunities around the world.
Kappa Eta Phi is a Professional Fraternity established to promote the importance of professional academic study in the university, expand members' professional networking experience, and maintain lasting friendships amongst brothers and sisters.
A student-run club for those that want to pursue a career in law, business, or politics.
In addition to professional speakers, students will be given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with case competitions and mock trials.
MEBA or Middle Eastern Business Association is a club with the intent to increase representation in the workforce by fostering an inclusive community and providing professional development resources for Middle Eastern and North African students.
Mu Beta Lambda is a revolutionary organization of educated minorities that empower one another. As young professionals, we utilize our network to create opportunities for the advancement of our members as well as our community.
Out at Kelley serves as the first and only LGBTQ+ organization within the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. We encourage all LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff, and allies on campus with an interest in business to join.
PIDC examines passive income streams through guest speakers and workshops. Broken down into two components, Entrepreneurial and Financial, students will learn intelligent ways to put their time and money to work.
Phi Chi Theta is a co-educational professional fraternity dedicated to fostering the high ideals and pillars of Professionalism, Leadership, Philanthropy, Diversity and Brotherhood throughout its members. Phi Chi Theta has a diverse group of members stud
PSE is a National Business Fraternity that is open to all IU students regardless of major. We are looking for students who want to make their mark on this university and leave with the skills to succeed in business.
The Private Equity and Venture Capital Club is an organization for students interested in private equity or venture capital. This club will provide members the opportunity to learn foundational skills and hear from professionals in these fields.
The mission of our club is to provide members networking opportunities for internships and full-time employment, offer educational forums to familiarize members with various topics in commercial real estate. Fill out the application here: reclubatiu.com
The Sales Club at Kelley is dedicated to developing and empowering members pursuing careers in professional sales through professional development and hands-on experiences.
We invite all majors to join our organization.
A rapidly growing national organization on a mission to solve the world’s largest problems by investing in undergraduate students through leadership development, mentorship, and the active support of hundreds of purpose-driven executives and investors.
Social Enterprise Engagement at Kelley (SEEK) expands the boundaries of business by empowering students to apply their professional and diverse skillsets in exploring the intersection between for-profit enterprise and social responsibility.
Student Accounting Society is a professional organization in the Kelley School of Business that holds professional, social and community service events. This organization is open to all students, not just Accounting majors.
The Supply Chain and Operations Management Association is a Kelley organization that offers its members numerous opportunities to learn about operations and supply chain management including current event discussions, site tours and corporate speakers.
An apolitical, areligious student run organization designed to provide business-minded students with real world international business experience through consulting and investing in Israeli start up companies.
Tee Off at Kelley will be an organization focused on teaching how to behave, strategize, and play effectively on the golf course. Golf is built on three main ideals: the responsibility to take accountability for your actions, strokes, and humility.
The Business World of Sports Club is designed to equip students with the skills necessary to be successful in the business side of the sports industry. Through several interactive events, students will gain hands-on experience in the sports world.
The Women’s Network is an all-inclusive Kelley School of Business undergraduate organization dedicated to supporting and advancing the careers and future education of undergraduate women within Indiana University.
Toastmasters is a public speaking organization that allows students to practice different types of public speaking in a laid-back setting. It's the Indiana University chapter of Toastmasters International.
The Undergraduate Business Diversity Council is an organization committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment where students can develop as business leaders alongside people from distinct backgrounds.
Successful trading requires quantifiable and consistent edge. We emphasize the incorporation of financial derivatives into trade ideas driven by fundamental alpha models and statistical arbitrage. Learn how to trade options with free paper money accounts.
Women in Business (WiB) is an undergraduate organization dedicated to developing members personally and professionally. We share similar goals, values, and visions, yet have unique personal backgrounds and experiences.
The mission of WFA is to assist its members in graduating with a better understanding of the finance industry, more experience in financial environments, and with a network of peers who will support each individual in her quest to reach her goals.
Student organizations may require a certain attire for presentations, career networking, events, and more. Here's the Kelley Undergraduate guidelines for attire to help represent your best self.
Business dress, defined
Present your authentic and most confident self in clothing that meets Kelley Undergraduate Program guidelines.
Neatly pressed, tailored, business suit in dark or neutral colors
Coordinated blouse, or button-down dress shirt with tie
Coordinated pants or knee-length skirt
Professional, clean, closed-toed shoes or walkable heels
Dress or trouser socks; avoid ankle or athletic socks
Clean and unwrinkled button-down shirt, blouse, or polo shirt
Sweater or cardigan
Pressed khaki or dark pants (no holes or tears)
Jeans should be avoided until you’ve confirmed they are acceptable in specific contexts
Professional, clean, closed-toed shoes or walkable heels
Dress or trouser socks; avoid ankle or athletic socks
Please note: No jeans. No shorts. These are not approved for business casual attire.
Resources for student organizations
Registering student organizations Indiana University's student organization registration process occurs yearly, starting in late spring. Any organization seeking Kelley student organization status must first be a registered IU student organization through beINvolved, then apply to receive Kelley status. Find out more about the process here.
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