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Ball State’s tradition of innovation and entrepreneurship is rooted in the late 19th century, when Muncie business leaders envisioned a local college to help boost the city’s development. Among the visionaries were Frank C. Ball and his brothers, young New York industrialists who moved to Muncie looking to expand their glass container business. A small, private teacher training school opened 1899.
Quantity and quality is the best way to describe Ball State’s programs. We have about 180 undergraduate and preprofessional programs, as well as more than 100 master’s and doctoral programs. Many of them are consistently recognized nationally, such as our programs in architecture, entrepreneurship, telecommunications, education, and landscape architecture.
Muncie, Indiana has a long history of research. Back in the 1920s and ’30s, two scholars conducting the Middletown Studies used our middle-American city as a model for deciphering national sociologic trends. In keeping with its local heritage, Ball State continues to put Muncie on the map for graduate research and innovation in a number of disciplines.
The Career Center services and programs focus on the mission of connecting all of our partners for the purpose of helping students integrate their education, self-awareness, and experiences to empower a lifetime of career achievement and personal satisfaction.
Whether you’re sharing a room in our residence halls or making a home in University Apartments, Ball State Housing and Residence Life offers students the benefits that come from being close to classes and activities, living and learning with friends, making better grades, and getting involved in a community. We call it the on-campus advantage.
Bracken Library, the main campus library, together with the Architecture and the Science-Health Science branch libraries, offers extended hours for research and learning and group study.
Our mission is to provide ambulatory medical services and patient education. Our goal is to have you leave the center not only feeling better but also better informed.
The Ball State campus is full of tradition and promise for tomorrow. Classic architecture and iconic statues such as Beneficence and Frog Baby are symbols of Ball State’s many years of excellence. And our state-of-the-art facilities and high-speed campus-wide wireless network represent our focus on the future.
This complex consists of several basketball and volleyball courts that are used for classes, intramurals, club sports and athletics. There are three fully mirrored dance studios used for activities such as aerobic classes and dance instruction. The recreation fitness room, which is made up fixed and free weights, cardiovascular machines and handicap accessible machines, is also located in this complex. The room is fully mirrored and air conditioned.
Join one of many departmental and professional organizations to network in your major and gain experience in real-world career settings. There are more than 400 student organizations to pick from. From improv comedy to worldwide health care missions, there’s likely something to pique your interest. We’ll even help you start your own group. Intramural and club sports offer plenty of opportunities to get fit, be competitive, and even show off that jumpshot. Or maybe you want to push your mind and body with lessons in salsa dancing or tae kwon do. You can do it all.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.