Our commitment to engagement and belonging
At the Tippie College of Business we are committed to being a place where members of our community feel valued—where we lift each other up, rather than tear each other down. We are unwavering in our commitment to an inclusive mindset, through promoting opportunities for engagement and belonging for our people, in our practices, and in our programs.
Tippie offers numerous opportunities to take part in our mission through service, student organizations, mentorship opportunities, and events.
Events & Opportunities
A mentoring program designed to help undergraduate business students from underrepresented and first-generation communities support and empower each other.
Engagement Coordinators assist the Undergraduate Program Office in the coordination and advocacy of engagement and belonging opportunities.
A free, on-campus summer experience that gives underrepresented and first-generation high school juniors an opportunity to learn about business majors.
The Dore Emerging Leaders Fellowship Program is part of the Dore-Tippie Women’s Leadership Program at the Tippie College of Business.
A series of programs designed to broaden the perspectives of Black students and expose them to mentorship opportunities.
A two-day event hosted by the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University that brings together top-level, diverse students from across the country.
Connects international and American students to share cultures and build friendships.
Promotes professional development, provides support, and creates a welcoming environment for LGBTQ and ally students.
Offers networking events, summits, and leadership opportunities to support the success of women at Tippie.
Builds diversity on campus by offering opportunities to connect with organizations and people who value diversity.
Empowers women in finance by providing workshops, discussions, and speakers who can help members navigate their options within the field of finance.