Ball State tuition is calculated at a cost-per-credit-hour rate; plus, you will be responsible for indirect costs such as books and other course materials.
You may also qualify for financial assistance. We recommend you check out these key sources:
Scholarships for Indiana Early Childhood Professionals
If you live and work in Indiana, you will want to be aware of the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Indiana Bachelor's Degree Scholarship Program. If you qualify, a T.E.A.C.H. scholarship can cover up to 80 percent of your Ball State tuition and book costs for the classes your need to complete your degree. Plus, you may be eligible for a $50 per semester stipend and a $300 per year bonus when T.E.A.C.H. receives your qualifying grades.
Ball State’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
Specialists in our Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships can help you understand more about other financial aid opportunities that you might qualify for and the requirements needed to apply and receive aid.
Tuition Assistance from Your Employer
There may be a chance that your workplace will help cover some of the cost of your education. Check with your workplace to learn if they do.
If you are active in the military, a veteran, or a spouse or dependent of a veteran or active service member, Ball State can help you find out if you qualify for any financial aid benefits.