The Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives (KODI) serves and celebrates the rich diversity of Kelley’s student body. We provide programs and a community for students to come together and feel supported, welcomed, and affirmed.
Support and Opportunities for Current Students
The Kelley Office of Diversity supports underrepresented minority students, including students who identify as African American, Latino/Hispanic, American Indian/Native American, or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander.
The dedicated staff members are your mentors. They are eager to listen, to help you solve challenges, and to enable you to achieve your goals.
Programs for current students include:
Academic advising is available to assist students with degree planning, graduation checks, enrollment planning/troubleshooting, major changes, and career advice. Walk-ins and appointments are available daily. Students may access availability using the online scheduler.
Kelley Prep Academy (KPA) is a one-year program available for students applying to Kelley through the Standard Admissions Process. The program includes professional and academic development events, social events, study tables/tutors for rigorous first year courses, an academic pledge of excellence, admissions and academic guidance from Kelley Admissions staff, and opportunities to interact with Kelley faculty outside of the classroom. Special consideration is given to underrepresented minority students. If you have any questions regarding Kelley Prep Academy, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kelley FUTURES Mentoring Initiative is the dynamic rebrand of KODI's mentoring program. FUTURES is an acronym: Fostering Underrepresented Talent Using Resources Educators & Scholars.
Kelley FUTURES will create a community where underrepresented minority students, both those who are directly admitted as well as prebusiness freshmen, are supported, encouraged, and mentored by Kelley undergraduate juniors and seniors and graduate students as they achieve academically in pursuit of a business career.
Current IU undergraduates can apply here: Kelley FUTURES Application.
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KODI Student Advisory Board (KSAB) is charged with being the “student voice” of the KODI office and assists in the planning and implementation of diversity-related events in the Kelley School.
Scholarships for Underrepresented Minority Students
Three of Kelley’s scholarships give special consideration to underrepresented minority students. To be considered for any of them, you must submit the KODI scholarship application. Applications will remain open from August 1, 2020 through January 5, 2021.
- The William R. Fry Scholars Program includes a support system to enable you to find your path to success and covers standard tuition, fees, and room and board.
- The Dean’s Council Scholarship was created out of a shared aspiration of the Kelley School’s dean and its Dean’s Council to sustain and enhance diversity at Kelley.
- The Conrad Prebys Scholars Program enables talented students to build a foundation for success at the Kelley School of Business.
The generous contributions of our alumni, along with those of different corporations and foundations, allow us to proudly offer more than 130 scholarship opportunities to current Kelley students and students interested in business.
If you have been accepted into Indiana University Bloomington and offered direct admission, you will automatically be considered for freshman funding.Learn more
Programs for High School Students
Up-Next Business AcademyThe Kelley Up-Next Business Academy brings together high school students from underrepresented populations at the Kelley School of Business to expose them to opportunities within the business world and educate them on the college admissions process.
MEET KelleyMEET Kelley: Meet-Educate-Experience-Transition to Kelley is a unique pre-college summer program for high-ability underrepresented minority high school students to get introduced to the Kelley School of Business, learn the opportunities available, experience a professional business case competition, and ultimately consider transitioning to Kelley after high school.
Supporting a Diverse Student Body
National Diversity Case Competition
Hosted each year by the Kelley School, the National Diversity Case Competition brings together underrepresented minority business students from across the nation to showcase their talent and network with corporate recruiters.Learn More
The Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives staff is here for you. Contact us to ask questions, talk about your career goals and learn more about opportunities at Kelley.
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us: 812-855-0324