COVID-19 and Events on Campus
In response to COVID-19, Ball State University has taken several measures to protect the health of our students, faculty and staff, and visitors, including the cancellation or postponement of many events. If you plan to attend an event and are not sure if it will still take place, please contact the coordinator listed for that event. For more information, see the latest updates on Ball State's response to COVID-19.
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Come to the Ball State Bookstore December 3 and 4 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. during Grad Fair to make sure you have all you need to be ready for graduation.
Join other Lifelong Learners at our annual holiday social. Enjoy food, conversation, and the presentation of the John J. Hill Scholarship Award while celebrating the season with us!
Attend this highly interactive workshop to demystify networking. You will learn about resources to assist you with networking as well as practice skills for engaging with your network.
Performances by musicians of all ages and levels who study music with a Ball State University faculty member or student teacher. Sponsored by the Ball State Collegiate Chapter of Music Teachers National Association (MTNA). Free and open to the public.
The Faculty Artist Series allows School of Music faculty to share their talent and passion for music with the campus and community. Program to include works for wind quintet by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, and David Maslanka. Free and open to the public.
Percussion Ensemble II is under the direction of Braham Dembar, assistant professor of music performance (percussion). Program to include works by Pat Metheny, Roberto Vizcaino, George Green, Andy Pape, Brett Dietz, Charles L. Johnson, and Arthur Lipner. Free and open to the public.
Justin is a horn student of Gene Berger, associate professor of music performance (horn). Program to include works by Mark Schultz, Kerry Turner, Alec Wilder, and Drew Tomasik. Free and open to the public.
The Faculty Artist Series allows School of Music faculty to share their talent and passion for music with the campus and community. Program to include works by Bedřich Smetana and Antonín Dvořák. Free and open to the public.