Upcoming Events
7 p.m.
Welcome to Family Feud!! Pick your "family" or your group of people and compete against another group for a prize. We'll use a list of survey questions and you must guess the survey answers!
5 p.m.
Come out and experience the fest of Soul food! We have southern fried chicken, mac & cheese and much more! Come get a plate and tell your friends!@Park MPR
6 p.m.
LETS GOOOO- on a scavenger hunt! Through the Atrium, we'll go find historical figurative items and those who seek first will win a prize!
4 p.m.
VOICES: Race and Ethnicity Support Group is a support group created by the Counseling Center to provide a safe space for students of color to discuss some of the challenges in being a student of color at a PWI. Each meeting is centered around a topic where students come and discuss their experiences related to the subject as well as gain support from their peers and resource provided by counselors of color.
6 p.m.
My black hair will be a workshop for students to learn how to braid and twists on different hair textures and the best way to take care of their hair.
6 p.m.
Play Bingo with Spectrum to learn about inclusive sex education with Health Promotion and Advocacy.
6 p.m.
Students will engage in a "speed dating" trial with each other getting to know their Ball State community better.
6 p.m.
Students will engage in a panel with different black couples and ask questions about their relationship.
7 p.m.
Students will engage in skating as if it were a skating rink.
6 p.m.
Students will engage in a panel with 2 officers stationed in Muncie, IN. After asking all desired questions, students will engage in a film about police brutality.
6 p.m.
Students will engage in workshops preparing and revising resumes, presentations, and taking photoshoots.
8 p.m.
Students will experience the similarity of a high school prom in college. Open to all students in Indiana.
8 p.m.
Students will experience the similarity of a high school prom in college. Open to all students in Indiana.
6 p.m.
Students will engage with a panelist of alumni asking questions about their prior experiences on Ball State campus.
4 p.m.
VOICES: Race and Ethnicity Support Group is a support group created by the Counseling Center to provide a safe space for students of color to discuss some of the challenges in being a student of color at a PWI. Each meeting is centered around a topic where students come and discuss their experiences related to the subject as well as gain support from their peers and resource provided by counselors of color.
4 p.m.
VOICES: Race and Ethnicity Support Group is a support group created by the Counseling Center to provide a safe space for students of color to discuss some of the challenges in being a student of color at a PWI. Each meeting is centered around a topic where students come and discuss their experiences related to the subject as well as gain support from their peers and resource provided by counselors of color.