Office Closures

Our staff value face-to-face interaction, but the spread of COVID-19 was declared a disaster emergency in Delaware County on March 20, 2020.

Effective March 23, 2020, we have closed our offices but not our services. For help with services or questions, please contact us at 765-285-4806 or email us.

During this time of uncertainty, we understand that many circumstances are out of our control or simply unknown. Ball State employees have several resources to assist with their overall wellbeing.

Employee Wellbeing Resources

Additional Wellbeing Resources

For our faculty and staff, we provide additional resources for staying active, working remotely, and more.

Learn More

Working Well provides a total wellbeing resource known as Lifeworks. Resource Toolkits include podcast, articles, videos, and much more. Click below to access these free resources. You will need to log in with your Ball State credentials.  COVID-19 toolkit

Lifeworks also provides short-term counseling as our Employee Assistance Provider (EAP).  A limited number of free sessions are available.  Visit or contact Lifeworks at 1-888-456-1324 . 

Employees who are enrolled on a Ball State-sponsored Anthem health care plan may use the Live Health Online Psychology resources to speak with a counselor from the privacy of home but please note there is a fee for service.

Health Care Resources

Several health care organizations are providing virtual coronavirus screening clinics.  To learn more about our local Delaware County resources refer to IU Health Virtual Coronavirus Screening Clinic 

Ball State employees enrolled in Anthem’s Insurance have several options when looking to seek health care during this time:

  • Anthem offers that can be accessed online or through a mobile app if you would like to stay in the privacy of your own home.  For more information refer to the Live Online Health flyer.
  • The Ball State Employee Quick Clinic is open and scheduling patients.  Please call the office at 765-285-1106 to schedule an appointment.
  • You are always encouraged to visit your personal health care provider, but please make sure you call the office first as there may be a phone screening needed to direct the best possible care for you during this time.

COVID-19 and Ball State University's Response

Ball State University is closely monitoring the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Beginning Monday, March 16, the University will take additional steps to protect all members of the campus community. Read the latest statement about our actions and find additional resources. Learn more.