Ball State University is committed to providing equal opportunities in higher education to academically qualified students with disabilities.

Students with disabilities at Ball State have access to tools and resources that will enable them to manage day-to-day life in college. However, Ball State does not offer a specialized curriculum for persons with disabilities, nor does it assume the role of a rehabilitation center.

The services that are available will vary depending on the nature of the disability. What follows is a list of services that Ball State offers for students, grouped by the nature of the disability.

Additional Services and Resources

Whether you’re a student looking for additional support or a faculty member wanting how to best assist your students, our office provides plenty of resources to help. Learn more.

Verification Process

In order for our office to help with accommodations, we will need to verify your disability, including obtaining documentation.