The University continues to take steps to advance the health and safety of students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors. Our plans and additional resources for all in the Ball State community are found on this page.
On February 9, Ball State began offering rapid antigen COVID-19 testing three days a week at Worthen Arena for students and employees without symptoms. Students or employees tested via the rapid antigen test will receive results within approximately 30 minutes.
The vaccination clinic at Ball State’s Interprofessional Community Clinic is supported through the generosity of a grant from the Ball Brothers Foundation. It is being held in collaboration with the Delaware County Health Department and is available to the general public.
If your health care provider has determined that you are symptomatic for COVID-19, you may be tested through the IU Health partnership. Testing appointments are available seven days a week. However, if you have been advised to be tested and you currently do not have symptoms, there are other testing options available.
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Students, faculty, and staff who received positive test results from any provider other than the University's Student Health Center or IU Health must self-report that they have tested positive through the Ball State COVID-19 self-reporting form. (Those who are tested at the Student Health Center do not need to complete this form.)
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Our dashboard, which is updated each day, includes information from Ball State University faculty, staff, and students who have been tested for COVID-19 through Ball State’s health center and those tested via our partnership with IU Health. The dashboard also provides data on positive cases from other sources, primarily self-reporting.
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