Alpha Phi Alpha, Indiana University partner to admit more Black men into MBA program

TheGrio Staff | Nov 17, 2022

Fraternity members can apply for a fellowship program to attend the MBA Program full time.

Indiana University’s (IU) Kelley School of Business is partnering with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. on a fellowship program that aims to funnel more Black men into the school’s MBA Program.

The Kelly School of Business announced in a Nov. 16 blog post that college graduates who are Alpha Phi Alpha members can apply for a fellowship to attend the MBA Program full time. Annually, a minimum of three, tuition-free fellowships will be awarded to applicants who are accepted into the program.

As part of the fellowship, the Kelley School may also waive the application fee for recipients as well as offer access to an award-winning career development program called Me, Inc. Further, Alpha Phi Alpha undergrads nationwide will be given an opportunity to learn more about business careers through webinars that the Kelley School will develop.