Institute of Internal Auditors - Student Chapter

The purpose of the Institute of Internal Auditors Student Chapter (IIASC) at Pittsburg State University is to provide undergraduate and graduate students with an educational and social organization that promotes internal auditing as a career objective. The IIASC will do the following to achieve this purpose:

  1. Gather and make available to students information about the internal auditing profession.
  2. Actively seek out and publicize internship and full-time job opportunities for students studying internal auditing.
  3. Provide for and encourage professional and social interaction, at both internal (on-campus) and external (off-campus) events, with internal auditing and other business professionals.
  4. Actively promote the Institute of Internal Auditors' Internal Audit Education Partnership (IAEP) at Pittsburg State University throughout the University.
  5. Actively promote the IIASC and IAEP at Pittsburg State University to parties outside the University (e.g., business organizations, community colleges, and high schools).
When We Meet

Meetings are held monthly with intriguing guest speakers and free food. Come see what we have to offer! See schedule below for further information on IIASC meetings.

IIASC & IAEP Bulletin Board

The IIASC & IAEP bulletin board is located on the 2nd floor of the Kelce College of Business, Room 201. Check this board for up-to-date information about meetings and other interesting internal audit related information.

Want to Become a Member?

Fill out the membership form below or stop by Kelce 201F for further information.

Faculty Advisor:

Ms. Ashlee Ables
Gladys A. Kelce College of Business
Office: 223H
1701 S. Broadway
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620 235 6040

IIASC Officers:

President: Kagan Cole
VP of Programs & Publicity: 
VP of Membership & Communication: 
VP of Finance:

Helpful Links:

Membership Form
IIASC Schedule of Meetings (Check back soon.)
KC IIA Schedule of Meetings (Check back soon.)
KC IIA Chapter
Internal Auditing Education Partnership Program