Upcoming Events
10 a.m.
Transfer Visit Day is a unique opportunity for prospective transfer students to visit our campus and learn more about Ball State University!
9:30 a.m.
Homeschool Visit Day is a unique opportunity for prospective homeschool students to visit our campus and learn more about Ball State University!
All Day Event
Join us in our call to beneficence this One Ball State Day!
1:52 p.m.
totality with Sun's outer atmosphere glowing and wisping around obscured SunA total solar eclipse will occur during the day on April 8, 2024 and will only be visible by only some of the world, including Muncie, IN (weather permitting, with proper eye protection)! The solar eclipse will begin on Monday, April 8, 2024 at approximately 1:52:13 p.m., when the Moon starts to block out the southwest side of the Sun (at the 5 o'clock mark). The Moon will continue to block out more of the Sun until totality, when the Sun is fully blocked by the Moon. Totality in Muncie begins at 3:07:37 p.m.* You can safely view this portion of the eclipse, and this short portion alone, without any eye protection because the entire face of the Sun will be completely blocked by the Moon. Here at Ball State University, totality will last about 3 minutes and 40 seconds, with it ending at 3:11:15 p.m. The partial solar eclipse will continue until the entire event ends at 4:24:16 p.m. *Exact start and end times will vary by location. Follow safety guidelines for determining when to view totality.
All Day Event
An admitted student to Ball State University holds a sign on campus with the text "Admitted Student Day" overlayed.Each Spring, all admitted students are invited to celebrate their admission and visit Ball State with their families at this open-house-style event on campus. Explore your academic area of interest, connect with faculty, interact with current students, learn more about student life, and get information about important next steps in your journey as a Ball State Cardinal.
All Day Event
Explore Ball State Day is a unique opportunity for high school students to visit our campus and learn more about Ball State University through a variety of activities. During this event, you will have to opportunity to attend an activity fair, explore different majors of interest, ask questions to current Ball State students, and learn more about admission criteria and financial aid options. You will also have time to enjoy lunch at one of our on-campus dining facilities.
8 a.m.
Preview Days are special opportunities for high school students and their families to visit our campus and learn more about Ball State University!
All Day Event
Experience what Ball State is like from the classroom perspective. Rising high school seniors will get to attend two mock classes taught by faculty, engage with current students, and learn more about what's next in the admission process. While students are in class, family members will have the chance to attend informational sessions related to important topics and the next steps in the admission process.