The Social Science Research Center (SSRC) is an interdisciplinary research program sponsored by Ball State's College of Health and the Department of Social Work.
The SSRC faculty and staff provide a variety of services to on and off campus collaborators.
Learn about some of our project and research examples and Guardian Scholars, a scholarship and support program for Ball State students who are current and former foster youth.
Learn more about the SSRC's Virtual Training and Research Program.
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About the Center
Established in 1981, the SSRC provides support to faculty and staff, as well as public and private organizations for the development and completion of externally-funded social science research and service projects. The center also serves as a resource center for program development by providing consultation, research support, and professional services in collaboration with local, state, and federal human service communities.