COVID-19 and Ball State University's Response

In light of COVID-19, Ball State University has taken measures to limit the exposure and spread of the virus to our community. On March 20, 2020 the Counseling Practicum Clinic temporarily stopped providing face to face counseling services. While our physical offices will remain closed, we will re-start providing services to the community on May 11, 2020. Our clinic staff and counselors will be working remotely and we will offer counseling and outreach services online through telehealth. Until then, please view the community resources page or call “211” for connection to financial help, local counseling services, medical and/or social services anywhere in Indiana.

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Board approves on-campus classes for Fall semester

Ball State students will return to campus for classes on August 24, as scheduled.

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Statement: Foundation President

Jean Crosby will serve as the next President of the Ball State University Foundation and the Vice President of University Advancement, effective immediately.

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Ball State believed in their potential. Now these alumni are giving back.

They all overcame challenges when they were young and are now dedicating their lives to helping others.

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