Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) prepares college students to be leaders in both military and civilian careers. Upon graduation, individuals seeking commissions in the United States Army will begin their military career as Second-Lieutenants.
ROTC has many benefits including financial assistance for college, monthly stipends, and eligibility for other military benefits.
The Career Center services and programs focus on the mission of connecting all of our partners for the purpose of helping students integrate their education, self-awareness, and experiences to empower a lifetime of career achievement and personal satisfaction.
The Counseling Center provides free and confidential psychological and career resources to students. The primary mission of the agency is to assist students in reaching their educational goals, as well as to improve their quality of life. The staff is diverse, professional, warm, and receptive to students who seek services.
Disability Services (DS) coordinates services and accommodations for students with disabilities. In doing so, we review disability documentation, meet with students to determine appropriate accommodations, and work with other areas on campus to implement the accommodations.
The Learning Center is part of University College, which offers student-centered programs and services that enhance students’ success.
The services provided by the center are free and available for Ball State students for general courses they are currently enrolled in at BSU and for courses they are preparing to take at BSU, as well as general study skills tutoring to aid in their overall success at BSU. Tutoring sessions are led by Ball State students who meet certain academic requirements and are available one-on-one or in small groups.
Visit the Learning Center in North Quad, 350 or call 765-285-1006.