Jenni Flanagan and a client sit to discuss nutrition

Working Well provides ongoing programs to support your wellness goals throughout the year.

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Set goals and stick with them with help from an expert! Our health coaching program will help you assess and understand your health and create a plan that fits your lifestyle. Learn more.

When times are tough, character strengths continue to shine. Actively look for strengths in your daily life. Learn more.  


  • My Life Check is an interactive online tool  that helps people assess and track their heart health information and gain a better understanding of their risk of heart disease and stroke. (Use company code HGE001Learn more
  • Lifeworks provides a variety of assessments (sleep, stress, emotional, nutritional, activity, etc) to help determine your risk level in a particular area of health (sign in with your ball state user name and password) Learn more 


Mental Health First Aid for Higher Education teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Learn more.

Are you thinking about quitting smoking? We offer insurance discounts for employees and retirees under 65 who certify they are tobacco free? If you need help to get there, we offer resources. Learn more.

We have multiple locations around campus for employees, students, and visitors. You can obtain an access card through our office. Learn more.

The Employee QuickClinic provides easy access to healthcare right on campus. Employees, their families, and retirees under age 65 can visit the clinic for common illnesses and minor injuries during the week. Learn more.

Working Well Ambassadors act as liaisons between their departments and Ball State’s Working Well program. Learn more.

Our Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) provides services and resources to help anyone at risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol, or people who want to reduce their Body Mass Index. Learn more.