Take the first step toward the rest of your career.
When you choose the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, you’ll earn more than a business degree.
As a Kelley student, you’ll learn from peers who will challenge you, professors who will push you, and business leaders who will inspire you—all in a vibrant city that will give you ample opportunities along the way to test your skills in the arena of business.
No matter what your career path—securities analyst or state senator, investment banker or entrepreneur, whether you want to land a job with a prominent corporation or pursue studies at a prestigious graduate school—an undergraduate business degree from Kelley Indianapolis will prepare you to succeed at anything you choose, at any stage in your life, wherever you want to go.
Once you’ve decided Kelley is the right fit for you, find out what you’ll need to apply. Choose the admissions requirements that pertain to you:
Admission to the Kelley School of Business is competitive, and each applicant is considered individually. Grades, prerequisite course work, and your essay are the basis for initial review.
Tuition, Fees, and Scholarships
Upon admission to Kelley Indianapolis, you will pay tuition and fees set by IUPUI, as well as an additional per-semester business fee. University College students (students not directly admitted to Kelley Indianapolis as incoming freshmen) are not assessed the business fee. Use the IUPUI Tuition and Fee Estimator to calculate an estimate of your tuition costs.
High-performing incoming freshmen and continuing Kelley students may qualify for academic scholarships through:
Further information about financial assistance is available through IUPUI’s Office of Student Financial Services.
Come see for yourself.
To learn more about the Undergraduate program in the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, we encourage you to schedule an on-campus visit, where you may meet Kelley academic advisors, professors, and students. Family members also are encouraged to attend.
Andrew Welling used Kelley Indianapolis Career Services to streamline the job search process.
Andrew Welling is no stranger to Kelley Indianapolis Career Services (KICS). In fact, since his sophomore year, he’s visited KICS at least annually to get advice on updating his résumé as he gained new skills and experience.