Student Support

Find the mental health and wellness support you need to thrive

As a Kelley student, you have the talent to succeed.But the path to success isn’t easy—you will face challenges. Your intended path may change, or the things you found easy to do in high school take more effort in college. You may feel anxious, lonely, or overwhelmed.

You don’t have to work through these difficulties alone. The Student Support team is available to help ensure your success, both academically and personally.

What is Student Support?

  • Oversees programming for Kelley undergraduate students focused on mental health and wellness, women, and the LGBTQ+ community
  • Provides individual student coaching, resourcing, and referral
  • Consults with student organizations working to confront and address student mental health and wellness issues
  • Offers programs to improve students’ health and wellness, reduce stress, and build resiliency and coping skills

Everyone needs support. No matter who you are, the transition from high school and being at home to college and being on your own is massive. It requires so much skill development. You’re building skills now like you build muscle when you go to the gym for the first time—it gets easier over time.

Kelly Higgins, Director, Student Support, Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Program

Mental Health Task Force

The Mental Health Task Force is the student voice for shaping mental health and wellness programs and initiatives at Kelley. The student members are general delegates and nominated representatives from Balance at Kelley, Business Honors, the Jellison Living Learning Center, the Kelley Institute for Social Impact, the Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives, Kelley Student Government, Out at Kelley, and Peer Coaching.

Kelley students are encouraged to reach out to members of the Mental Health Task Force to share ideas and voice concerns.

Madeline Athanasiou
Kelley Student Government
mathanas@iu.edu
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Anoushka Chatterjee
Balance at Kelley
anchat@iu.edu
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Mitchell Cline
General Delegate
anchat@iu.edu

Katherine "KC" Cornell
Out @ Kelley
kathcorn@iu.edu
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Maddie Heath
Kelley Student Government
mgheath@iu.edu
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Gregory Jackson
Honors, Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives (KODI), Out @ Kelley
gregjack@iu.edu
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Haripriya Jalluri
Professional Fraternities
hjalluri@iu.edu
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Michael Maa
Honors, Jellison Living Learning Center (JLLC)
mmaa@iu.edu
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Lakshmi Madhav
Peer Coaches
lmadhav@iu.edu
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Alex McCall
General Delegate
akmccall@iu.edu
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Andrea Paternina
Honors, Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives (KODI)
andpater@iu.edu
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Matthew Phillips
Balance at Kelley
mrp3@iu.edu

Henry Schamp
General Delegate
hschamp@iu.edu
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Priyanka Tigadi
General Delegate
hschamp@iu.edu
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Sahithi Yerramsetty
Kelley Institute for Social Impact (KISI)
sahyerr@iu.edu
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Find resources for your needs.

Your Kelley and IU community is committed to helping you thrive. Across campus, a wide variety of skilled professionals provide services that help you navigate student life.

The Kelley Undergraduate Advising Office assists students in exploring their interests, choosing a path of study, and finding success at Kelley and beyond.

Want to make more informed financial decisions? Find workshops, courses, and more from the Office of Financial Wellness and Education.

Student Legal Services provides free, confidential legal advice and services for IU Bloomington students.

The Office of Disability Services for Students (812-855-7578) is dedicated to ensuring that students with disabilities have equal access and reasonable accommodations. They provide tools, support services, and resources that enable students to be successful at IU.