Ball State opened in 1918 to train teachers. Since then, the university has grown into a comprehensive university, with Teachers College continuing to fulfill that original objective.
Our mission is to prepare tomorrow’s teachers and enhance the skills of current educators. But we also take seriously our critical role in research that will advance the education field.
Learn how outreach opportunities provide learning experiences for students and essential services for the community. Learn more.
We take seriously our responsibility to prepare professionals who recognize, reflect and embrace diversity. Learn more.
Review performance reports of two university-affiliated public schools and on how well Ball State prepares students for teaching careers. Find reports.
You can’t get better if you don’t know how you’re doing. Check out the EPP assessment data page to see how we track performance. Review data.
Read Teachers College’s academic journal The Teacher Educator, an international forum for educators who challenge boundaries. Read more.
Check out the latest edition of the Teachers College e-newsletter, published quarterly.
Feel free to contact us. And if you have had an opportunity to interact with the dean’s office, tell us how we’re doing. Contact us.