Campus Resources 

Student Health Center 

Students are able to seek ambulatory health care at the Student Health Center. We recommend students call 765-285-8431 to schedule an appointment. 

Office of Health Promotion and Advocacy

The Office of Health Promotion and Advocacy is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Health Center and provides access to The Condom Shoppe, The Menstruation Station, and other wellness resources Monday through Friday, 8am–5pm:

The Condom Shoppe offers free safer sex resources to students including external condoms, internal condoms, latex free condoms, dental dams, lubricants, instructions, education, and more! Mini Condom Shoppes can also be found at the Counseling Center and the Healthy Lifestyle Center on campus.

The Menstruation Station offers free menstrual hygiene products to students including pads, tampons, liners, instructions, education, and more!

Counseling Center 

The Counseling Center continues to provide clinical and outreach services online through the remainder of the academic year. The Counseling Center can be reached at 765-285-1736.

Cardinal Closet 

Cardinal Closet offers students who are in need of professional attire an opportunity to find new or gently used business attire for the purpose of interviews or professional presentations. To connect with Cardinal Closet and learn more, please submit the Cardinal Closet Request Form.

Community Resources 

Finding community resources can be difficult if you're not sure where to look. To help students find and access services, the Ball State Counseling Center has compiled a comprehensive Community Resource Guide for Ball State Students. This resource guide contains useful information for dozens of local community resources for mental health care, substance use treatment, grief support, LGBTQAI+ affirming resources, family planning, financial assistance, legal services, food pantries, and much more.

If you aren't sure where to start, start here: Community Resource Guide for Ball State Students


Students who are uninsured and seeking health care providers other than the Ball State Student Health Center and Counseling Center may seek information about their eligibility for Medicaid through

Open Door Health Services 

Open Door Health Services is a not-for-profit Federally Qualified Health Center providing comprehensive, primary, and preventative healthcare services to individuals and families throughout East Central Indiana regardless of health insurance status. Open Door Health Services has staff available to assist patients and community members with a variety of assistance programs, including medication assistance. Open door staff are licensed Indiana Navigators that can assist you with applying for health insurance. 

Medication Assistance

If you are unable to afford the cost of prescribed medications and health care costs you should notify your health care provider and work with them on generic options, coupons, local pharmacy options with affordable rates for certain medications, and patient assistance programs. If you do not have health insurance, NeedyMeds, has free information on medication and healthcare cost savings programs including prescription assistance programs and medical and dental programs.