Admissions and Financial Aid

If you're planning to pursue one of our bachelor's degrees, you'll need to apply through our Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Anyone interested in either our master's or doctoral program will need to be admitted by both the Ball State University Graduate School and the program itself.

Also, consider applying for one of our department's scholarships or graduate assistantships as a way to help cover the costs of your education.

Speech and Audiology student

Clinics

We provide Audiology and Speech-Language clinics to help members of our community with their hearing and communication needs. These services also give our students opportunities to work with real patients while learning directly from professionals in a clinical environment.

Student Organizations

As one of our students, you'll have the chance to join professional organizations that will let you develop a better understanding and appreciation for your future career field while getting to know your classmates, faculty, and professionals outside the classroom



Celebrating the College of Health during the Centennial

The caring, involved faculty of our College of Health helps connect a strong community that believes in interprofessional teamwork across academic disciplines. As Ball State enters its second century, the college’s students are gaining real-world experience as they learn to offer quality patient care in an evolving, more unified health system. To recognize and celebrate the contributions of its students, faculty, and alumni, join the College of Health throughout January for its Centennial Celebration events.

About Us

Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology

Arts and Communications Building, room 104
Muncie, IN 47306

8 a.m-5 p.m. Monday-Friday (Summer Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

765-285-8161

765-285-5623