If you experience a mental health emergency, contact 911, your local police, or local hospital emergency room for support.
The number one concern of the Ball State Counseling Center is the health and mental health of the Ball State community. The Counseling Center is offering both in-person and telehealth appointments. The Counseling Center is a healthcare facility. Consistent with CDC guidelines for healthcare facilities, we require a mask for all in-person appointments. The Counseling Center also offers many self-directed treatment options that are available 24 hours a day. Find more information (PDF) about our services. To request an appointment, students can:
8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday
The Counseling Center offers support to students in a variety of ways including many self-help resources.
Find helpful resources available to faculty and staff to provide assistance to students who may be in need of counseling services.
Parents can find helpful resources to give support to their students. Find out what is available at the Counseling Center.
Outreach is available to the Ball State community with the goal of increasing awareness of mental health issues through preventative and developmental programs. The Counseling Center offers presentations on a variety of topics including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, career exploration, resilience, sexual assault, suicide prevention and diversity issues.
The Counseling Center has a long history of investing in training students for professions in behavioral health care.
Our training program recognizes that training placements are a critical period of transition and integration in our professional development as behavioral health providers.
Contact us to learn more about our wide variety of small thematic and therapy groups, as well as workshops.
Lucina Hall, room 320Muncie, IN 47306
8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday