Student Organizations & Services

The faculty of the Kelley School of Business recognizes that student organizations contribute greatly to the programs of the school. Some of these are honorary organizations facilitating recognition of outstanding performance. Others enable students to develop their interests in various fields through extracurricular programs. More information about the organizations and names of individuals to contact is available in the Program Office, Business/SPEA Building 3024; phone (317) 274-2147.

Accounting Association  The Accounting Club maintains a close relationship with IUPUI accounting students, alumni, accounting faculty, and practicing accountants. Members provide numerous services to the community and university, including free help with income tax issues, tutoring in accounting subjects, auditing of student organizations, and the arrangement of scholarships for accounting students. Members meet for discussions and panel presentations and to hear speakers from prominent businesses and accounting firms. Membership is open to all students.

Computer Information Systems Club  The CIS Club involves students and Indiana University faculty within the Kelley School of Business and corporations worldwide.

Delta Sigma Pi  This national professional fraternity for students enrolled in schools of business fosters the study of business in universities, encourages scholarship, promotes closer affiliation between the business world and business students, and furthers the development of high standards of business ethics. Public outreach via guest speakers, corporate tours, and volunteer community service is an important part of Delta Sigma Pi's activities.

The Honors Academy  The Honors Academy prepares its members with the necessary skills to successfully transition from professional students to working professionals. A cross-section of academically high performing Kelley School of Business Indianapolis undergraduates and M.P.A. students interact to create opportunities for networking, community service, and leadership. Through advising and assistance, students return what they have learned to the school and professional community. In accomplishing these objectives, the academy hopes to produce responsible, socially conscious graduates who remain lifelong, active members.

International Business Organization (IBO)  Open to all students, the IBO is designed to address the international aspects of business enterprise. The IBO sponsors company visits, serves as a liaison with other international groups, and distributes information on international opportunities. Representatives from multinational firms are frequent guests.

Investment Club  The Investment Club is an organization of undergraduate students interested in careers in finance. The program includes meetings with prominent people in banking, brokerage, investments, and other phases of finance, as well as trips to financial institutions in larger cities.

Marketing Club  All students concentrating in the field of marketing are eligible to join this organization, which is affiliated with the American Marketing Association. Its objectives are to further the individual welfare of its members; acquaint its members with practical situations in the marketing field; foster marketing research in the fields of advertising, retailing, and sales; and promote fellowship among marketing students and faculty. Outside speakers frequently address the club.

Minorities in Business  Membership is open to all IUPUI students, but minority business students are particularly encouraged to participate. This organization provides a support structure for business students with common concerns and objectives. Professionals from the corporate sector are frequent guest speakers.

Society for Human Resource Management - Our Mission
Our mission is to provide Kelley School of Business students with the opportunity to gain knowledge and insight into the effective management of personnel in the field of Human Resources Management through affiliation with the Human Resources Association of Central Indiana and the National Society of Human Resources Management organization.

ALL IUPUI students with an interest in Human Resources Management or Business Management are encouraged to join. As a member of Keley School of Business SHRM Student Chapter you are required to join the Society of Human Resources Management national organization.

Benefits of Joining

  • Networking
  • Free workshops and speakers
  • Free HR magazine
  • SHRM online access
  • Access to private job boards

Contact info
Club Advisor: Liz Malatestinic

Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Student Government  Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Student Government (KSBISG) is the governing body over Kelley Clubs and Organizations. KSBISG is also a liaison to University Student Government to allow Kelley students' voices be heard regarding campus decisions and issues.
Mission Statement:
Enhancing, guiding, and promoting student organizations for further academic and professional development of students at the Indiana Universit of Kelley School of Business Indianapolis (KSBISG). The purposes of KSBISG are:

  1. To represent and act in the best interest of the KSBISG student body.
  2. To communicate concerns of the students to the KSBISG administration as well as the Undergraduate Student Government.
  3. To promote student involvement in organizations.
  4. To coordinate activities among organizations within the School.
  5. To encourage the establishment of student organizations related to the fields of business.
  6. To allocate the activity fee among organizations in the KSBISG as described in the IUPUI Student Activity Fee Guidelines.

Contact info
Club Advisor: Maureen Kinney:
 Jaime Clougher:

Women in Business  Membership is open to all women at IUPUI, both undergraduate and graduate, who have an interest in exploring business career possibilities and preparing for entry into the business world.