Although our research and academic interests vary, the School of Kinesiology is a strong community of faculty, students, alumni, and friends who support each other in the classroom and beyond. You have the opportunity to participate in activities and projects throughout the year that will let you connect with your classmates while developing a deeper appreciation and understanding of your field of study.
The purpose of the Honors Program in the School of Kinesiology (SOK) is to provide an opportunity for the intellectual enrichment of outstanding students pursuing one of the major areas of study within the School. Students who complete the Honors Program will earn the designation “Honors in the School of Kinesiology” on their official university records. Also, this achievement will be properly noted in the Commencement program. Learn more.
Our students don’t sit in stuffy classrooms. They contribute to the scholarly advancement of academic disciplines through practicums and research and serve the community through internships and student teaching. Ball State’s laboratory and activity spaces allow students to put in-class knowledge to practice alongside renowned faculty. Learn more.
Each discipline supports program-specific communities to connect students with peers, faculty advisors, and professional organizations. Learn more.