About the Kelley Undergraduate Program
Academic Honors and Awards
Kelley School Academic Honors
Dean’s Honor List
All undergraduate students in the Kelley School with a semester grade point average of 3.8 or higher are recognized on the Dean’s Honor List. Students whose names appear on the Dean’s Honor List after either a semester or summer session are honored at Honors Convocation. For information: http://www.indiana.edu/~ceremony/honors/index.shtml.
Academic distinction for excellence in scholarship is awarded at Commencement to a limited number of students graduating in business with the Bachelor of Science degree. All students graduating with distinction must have completed at least 60 credits at Indiana University. Graduates receiving these honors have them so noted on their diplomas and in the Commencement program and are eligible to wear the cream and crimson fourragère at Commencement. Students must complete their final semester with a grade point average sufficient to warrant the diploma and transcript notation of academic distinction.
- Highest Distinction: GPA of 3.900-4.000
- High Distinction: GPA of 3.800-3.899
- Distinction: GPA of 3.700-3.799
Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society
Since 1923, top business students at Indiana have been invited to join the international honor society Beta Gamma Sigma. Undergraduate membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is restricted to the top 10 percent, or fewer, of the senior class and the top seven percent, or fewer, of the junior class.
Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key
Since 1912, Delta Sigma Pi has annually awarded the Scholarship Key at each college or university where the Fraternity maintains an active chapter. The Scholarship Key is presented to the graduating student with the highest cumulative academic average toward a degree in business administration, regardless of whether the person is or is not a member of Delta Sigma Pi. In cases where two or more students exactly tie for the highest academic average, additional Scholarship Keys are awarded.
Dean William A. Rawles Memorial Key Award
Originating in 1939, the Rawles Key is awarded annually to a single senior student who is ranked in the top 1% of the senior class and who represents the highest achievement in both academic and extracurricular activities. Senior Scholastic Award recipients are invited to apply for this monetary award.
Senior Scholastic Awards
The Senior Scholastic Award recognizes the top 1% of graduating seniors.