As part of BSU's commitment to the environment, all new campus buildings and renovations to existing buildings are designed to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification guidelines as established by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED certification verifies that a building was designed and built using strategies that address such standards as sustainable site selection, energy and water efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality.

LEED certified projects at Ball State University to-date:

LEED Certified          
Glick Center for Glass     September     2012  
Teachers College   April   2016   (Renovation)
Letterman Communication and Media   July   2019   (Existing Buildings Operation and Maintenance)
LEED Silver          
Dehority Hall   February   2010  
Park Hall   January   2011  
Letterman Communication and Media   August   2011  
Gora Student Recreation and Wellness   June   2012  
Kinghorn Hall   November   2014  
LEED Gold      
Studebaker Hall, East   March   2013  
District Energy Station, North   June   2013  
Applied Technology Building   August   2016  
Johnson Hall A   May   2016  
Johnson Hall B   February   2018  
District Energy Station, South   March   2018